Tag: Nigeria

Monday’s News at a glance:- Choose vaping to stay smoke free under lockdown, says UEA expert – expert reaction to questions about smoking and COVID-19 – Vaping In The News – March 29th – Vap’News : 29 mars 2020 – Sussman Advises Vapers – WHO’s Fayokun In About-Turn – Media is Woefully Irresponsible – Vaping Use Associated with Greater Short-Term Cessation – “Vaping epidemic among teens is causing lung injuries” – Nigeria Is Crying Out for Vapes – CDC priorities left government unprepared for COVID-19 – Cardiovascular autonomic effects of electronic cigarette use – Rushed Vaping Bill During Covid-19, Grossly Unfair – Vaping on the brink? | Update With AVA’s Greg Conley – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Fake seizures scare from FDA, but Hawaii flavour ban stalls for now – Gottlieb Questions Rite Aid’s Decision – GSTHR Attacked in Nigeria – Buzz Off Smokers – THR in Parliament – How Restrictions Are Increasing Youth Tobacco Use – Does nicotine actually help protect against Parkinson’s? – Why Are Lawmakers More Concerned with Youth Vaping than Opioid Abuse? – Maura Healey calls for tax on e-cigs – A sin tax, minus the sin – Our relationship to nicotine is changing – Premium Cigars Threatened – No Legal Basis To Ban Imports – Vaping: Sinner or sinned against? – Health advocates push for firm regulations – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:

American experts call for risk-based reform of FDA regulation of tobacco and nicotine – Just £2 a month – Anti-vaping reports further discredited – AMA submission to e-cigarette inquiry is an evidence-free zone – Tobacco use objectives can be met – Furore over tobacco harm-reduction efforts – E-cigarettes. A threat or an opportunity? – Knowledge and Attitude of Teenagers – E-Cigs May Be Gateway Away from Smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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