Tag: Regulator Watch

Friday’s News at a glance:- NNA: Vape shops must stay open – Vaping, SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 – VPZ Closes All Stores – COVID-19: Experts Lie About Vaping – Proposal to Ban All Tobacco Products Wouldn’t Help New York Fight Coronavirus – US FDA may relax PMTA deadline – Epidemics, Booze and Strip Clubs – Rhode Island Becomes the 3rd State to Ban Vape Flavors – Tobacco Crackdown Leads to Smuggling Surge – South Korean court delivers latest blow to e-cigarette makers – Chinese Hardware Makers Normalizing Operations – Amid Coronavirus, What Are the Risks to Vapers? – Coronavirus Has Closed Vape Shops – No evidence that vaping increases the risk of COVID-19 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- During the Coronavirus outbreak, vape shops must stay open – COVID-19 and Tobacco Harm Reduction: The European Response – Coronavirus will NOT spread in vape clouds – Smoking, vaping and hospitalization for COVID-19 – Vaping In The News – March 22nd – Instagram: Pro-Vaping Hashtags Still Outnumbering FDA Anti-Vaping Ones – COVID-19: The Vape Industry Responds – American Activity – The CVA’s Response to Professor Glantz – States must scrap online e-cigarette bans – The Costs and Benefits of E-Cigarette Policy – Youth Vaping No Gateway To Smoking – Panic Feeds Off Vaping Hysteria – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Combining reduced-harm nicotine products may improve smoking cessation ~ More Consistency Needed in Application of Harm Reduction Principles in Australia ~ The American Consumer Institute Releases a Study on the Health Impact of E-Cigarettes and …

Vaping Digest March 11th Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Hopes that US flavour ban may be vetoed but Mexico imposes import shutdown – Vaping in The News – March 1st – Free e-cigs given out – CoEHAR against the increase in excise duties – Health Insurance Companies Charge Vapers Up to 50% More – UCL Repeat Research Call – Parliamentary Questions – Toxic chemicals in the e-cigarette vapour – Pelosi Has to “Whip” Votes to Pass Flavor Ban – Advertising ban ‘goes against freedom of expression’ – The Politics of Vaping – Juul Plans To Include Bluetooth – Vapers rebuff ‘smokers’ tag – Study Finds Raising Taxes on Vaping Increases Smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Could new EU law be nail in coffin for vaping? – Trump promises to veto flavours ban – Do Anti-Vaping Ads and Media Actually Encourage Youth Vaping? – Coronavirus and Vaping – Call For Another Retraction – Cold Bath For Foundation – Brits Worried By Vape News – Media Coverage – CDC Closes the Books on “EVALI” – The need for an evidence-based and rational debate on e-cigarettes – Norway and Denmark turn to snus – Smoking ban now covers vape – Government launches border crackdown – Media Vapors Over Vaping Cloud – Do Iowa lawmakers care about vaping facts? – Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater – Government Taxes an Industry It Has Already Wiped Out – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Most Brits Are Put Off Vaping – EU states give a big thumbs up to tax harmony – IQOS Heat-Not-Burn Products – Channel 4 Dispatches Heat Not Burn special – Norway Says No – Import Ban For Mexico – NNA Warns Tourists – Glantz Study Retracted – Anti-vaping researchers caught red-handed – Journal Retracts “Unreliable” Glantz Study – Acute vs. chronic effects of e-cigarettes – Efforts to Combat E-Cigarette Misuse Could Backfire – Did FDA Create a Regulatory Loophole – Vape Shops Face a Choice: – Flavor prohibitions – Support grows for vaping nicotine – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine science and policy Q & A – Virus hammers vape producers – and taxes boost smoking – Petitions, Petitions – News From Parliament – Vaping In The News – February 15th – Canadian Vapers Rally – B.C. Vapers Call for Balanced Regs – AVI condems BCAS move – Conflict of Interest – Flavored tobacco bans lead to unintended consequences – Can technology lower exposure to tobacco linked ailments? – Many questions, few answers – Could tobacco cure coronavirus? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- CDC is Concealing and Suppressing Information – Vaping In The News – January 25th – International Experts Slam World Health Organization’s Deceptive Vaping Release – WHO Damages Its Reputation On Vaping – Teen Vaping Is Bad – E-cigarette liquid prices to fall – Nic Vaping Doesn’t Cause EVALI – Tobacco harm reduction and the right to health – Do It For The Children – Proposed Flavor Bans Invites Trouble – Vape shop owners decry NJ’s status – Imperial Tobacco Targets Misinformation – Vaping framework essential – Fears of a Youth Vaping Epidemic May be Overblown

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Conflated Harm | Dr. Polosa Talks Truth About Vaping and Lung Heath ~ Give out e-cigarette starter kits to help quitters, report recommends ~ Merchants of doubt ~ CDC Survey Shows Flavors Aren’t Driving Youth …

Vaping Digest 15th January Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance: Sudden enforcement of age-21 tobacco restrictions catches retailers, customers by surprise ~ Vape Bans Won’t Make You Safer ~ The Vaping Panic Is a Major Setback for Public Health ~ John Dunne Director UKVIA – …

Vaping Digest December 30th Read More »

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