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Monday’s News at a glance:- Voices in the calm, NNA February newsletter – Vape hysteria keeps growing – Vaping research priorities – Farsalinos Attacks Proposed Law – Telegraphing Ignorance – Vaping In The News – March 2nd – Study After Study Shows That Vaping Does Help Smokers Quit – E-cigs better – landmark study – Vaping Is Saving Lives – Smokers given free ‘vape’ kits – Tobacco harm reduction: a global health coup – Councillors Display Zero Empathy – Smoking and vaping at Wellington beaches – Almost Half of Juul Starter Kit Buyers Quit Within 3 Months – Vaping tax – E-cigarette users urge quick solution – Smoking kills thousands of Malawians every year – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: EU tax consultation 2018 resources page – Threat to squonking in UK, but some good news in Australia – Redefining smoking relapse – Attorney General – Vapers’ association urges Government not to ban e-cigarettes – Asian consumers push …

Vapers Digest July 16th Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance: #GFN18 Sarah Jakes’ plenary presentation – Reflection of a vaper: Trusting the Research – American Cancer Society Sees Zero Cancer Risk – New Zealand Researcher Receives International Award – Watered-down proposals to regulate e-cigarettes – A Bad Deal With The Devil – Research Shows Vaping Helps The Elderly Kick Smoking Habit – Bans on E-Cig Flavors Can’t Be Justified – Congressmen reject claims against safety – US smokers don’t believe vaping is less harmful than smoking – Glantz Thinks About Children – Teen Vaping Continuing to Fall – Trump Administration Is Offering Some Hope 

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Monday’s News at a glance: Incoming! F1 Enters Alternative Nicotine Debate – Dual Usage and Advertising Studies – Quashing the Quandary of Quibble – E-cigarette feedback sought – Making sense of E-cigarettes – U.K. Newspaper: PHE is A Vape Industry Puppet – Wrigley Wrecks Another Juice Company – Cancer Group Tells Smokers To Ignore Research – Scientists Aim To Pull Peer Review Out Of The 17th Century – Are health advocates finally wising up – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance: ASH In A Glass House, With Stones – More evidence of vaping benefits – Yach Responds to Critics – From Doorways to Alleyways – Smokers should switch to vaping – CDC Spins Statistics To Wage War On Vaping – Leicester nurses take e-cigarette message to shoppers – Is Australia out of step with other countries? – AVCA response to ARFNZ – America needs a candid smoking control champion – Four Negative Vape Studies – Smokers use vaping to quit cigarettes – Asians seek less harmful alternatives – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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  Wednesday’s News at a glance: Big Tobacco Has a Death Wish ~ Let’s Beat Big Tobacco ~ Think Globally, Act Locally Part I & II ~  Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia Incorporated (DANA) ~ WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco …

Vapers Digest 20th September Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:

Asia steps up anti-vaping enforcement; US academics jump the shark – Swedish Government Doesn’t Oppose Snus – Smoking and E-cig use among teens is down, again – (Don’t tell Stan) – What will our post-election vaping road map look like? – NHIS 2016 vaping data lacks crucial details – Survey from Indiana shows that e-cigarette use is on the decline – Banning e-cigarettes may do more harm than good in India – Men’s Health Magazine endorses e-cigarettes – Dueling Interests at CPSC and FDA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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