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Friday’s News at a glance:- Lessons From History: Why Vape Bans Don’t Work – What are people’s views about the risks of vaping? – FDA Accused of Spreading Misinformation – US, global experts discuss vaping, smoking at e-cigarette summit – Alum sees place for e-cigarettes in smoking cessation – Texas Cops Investigated for Violent Arrest of High School Vaper – What Is Tobacco Harm Reduction? – ADPH On Smokefree 2030 – Vape Review Due Soon – Art Installation for Brussels – Criticism as Brian King Named Director – Don’t Let Fears of Teen Vaping Slow Push – Swedish Flavour Ban Will Put 150,000 Lives At Risk – Misleading position of the EU Commissions’ on vaping – Analysis of Flavored Vaping Products – More countries in Southeast Asia eye legalized smoke-free alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vape Britain: Huge new drive to wipe-out smoking in England by 2030 – Sorry, not sorry: I have been paid for work I have done – Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids — Can History Repeat Itself? – Swedish Match in buyout talks with Philip Morris – Multi-sector groups gather to push for comprehensive vape regulation – Groups push signing of vape bill – Vaping: Caught in the Crossfire with Clive Bates – The Advocates Voice – Communication and Engagement – Hamilton Morris & Ethan Nadelmann discuss Drug Policy – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- The NNA responds to Jacob Rees-Mogg’s call for EU regulations to be abolished – Why vaping will be accepted as Australia’s response – TRPR Consultation Published – Ill Wind Blowing In Santa Ana – More Americans Are Smoking – ‘He was only vaping,’ says witness – Vape Bill To Unleash Public Health Revolution – Current strategies ineffective – Banning flavored nicotine – Home Schooling Suppresses High School Vaping – Ethan Nadelmann at the Webinar – Did Health Canada Miss the Mark? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- We’re in danger of missing the target for a smoke-free Britain – PMI Will Launch U.S. IQOS Production – UKECRF Research Round-Up – Parliament and Politics – Losing Logic Behind Flavour Bans – ‘1st real antismoking measure in 20 years’ – Ending an epidemic – Smokers Believe Nicotine Pouches and E-Cigarettes Give Them The Best Chance – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Scottish Government plans to ban vaping ads could lead to more smokers dying – How ride-share drivers are brazenly cashing in – NNA Offers Levelling Up Advice – Canadian Government Ignores Evidence – Nova Scotia has yet to produce any data – E-cigarette prescriptions on rise – Give ‘second, reduce harm’ a chance – Successful e-cigarette measures in UK, NZ – Vape bill gives 16 million Filipinos a chance – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA January news roundup – Tobacco control strategy for Wales and delivery plan – Vapers welcome recognition of vaping in new stop smoking guidelines – Three quarters of Dutch e-cigarette users would still smoke without the e-cigarette – WVA Responds To Funding Questions – Youth vaping. The other side of the story – Bloomberg Refuses Proposed Discussion – Biden’s FDA Nominee – Halo Granted Exemption – House leaders see vape bill ending widespread use of cigarettes in PH – THR: That Africa is not left behind – South Africa Should Embrace, Not Tax, Vaping – Israel: Nightmare Vape Tax Finalized by Knesset – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Study: snus use has no impact on cardiovascular disease risk – Signs of Anxiety in the Anti-Vaping Camp – Australian research finds daily vapers are 100% more likely to quit – The CDC’s EVALI screwup – Dr Cox Talks About Her Trial – Vaping and Vision – Astroturf? – Opposition To Prescribed Vapes – Twitter Research Smears Advocates – Fertility And Vaping – The Case for Flavours – 4 Easy Ways to Make Your Vaping Setup More Satisfying – Vape usage is growing in Bournemouth – Alternatives may help smokers quit? – Vape bill can help save lives of Filipino smokers – Institute Warns Against Overregulation – THR: The imperative for alternatives – The TGA’s Vaping Ban and Aboriginal Health – Vape can reduce smoking prevalence – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance: 7 Big Themes For Vaping In 2022 – Incorporating e-cigarettes into your Stop Smoking Service – Federal Data Show Sharp Decrease in Teen Drug Use in 2021 – Marc Gunther & Clive Bates – Philippines Senate Passes Comprehensive Vaping Bill – US Senate committee ditches nicotine tax – WVA Believes in Consumer Voice Power – Parliament – Poor journalism falsely claims that vaping causes impotence – Because Most HIV-Positive Smokers Never Quit – Why is the WHO Taking Advice from Iran? – Africa: Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Make its Way Through – The Case for Flavours in THR – Misinformation and Infotainment – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Snus brings Sweden even closer to ‘tobacco endgame’ goal – Willingness to accept misinformation is based on perception – How vaping helped one ‘hideously addicted’ doctor – Smokers are switching from tobacco to vaping – Nicotine Tax Will Hurt Democrats – Pesko’s Tax Proposals – Flavours Do Not Encourage Teens To Vape – PMI Response to Prescribed Vapes – Stroke Risk Research Criticised And Pulled – INNCO Round Table – The WHO’s tobacco policy echo chamber – Stop the war on nicotine: Six Reasons – THR Has The Potential To Reduce Smoking – What caused a scrap in the Philippines government – Why a black market looms as NZ stubs out smoking – Let’s reduce the deaths – Congress pushes for tobacco death and taxes – Building Back Cancer Rates – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Prohibitionists at work: how the WHO damages public health through hostility to THR – The secret tobacco conference starts today – Fighting the Last War – Secretive WHO is ignoring the science on vaping – Open letter by NGO engaged students – COP9: the Secret Tobacco Control Meeting You Can’t Attend – Paediatricians Attack Ecigs – News From Parliament – It’s time to end smoking for good in the UK – House Democrats Tuck Vape Tax – Melbourne-based individual fined $7,992 – The battle over the government’s tough new vaping ban – WHO’s Global Tobacco Meet Needs A Reset – WHO undermines democracy – Group rallies support for smoking alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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