Tag: Tobacco Reporter

Friday’s News at a glance:- Urgent Call to Action for Flavour ban – E-Cigarettes flavours ban in the Netherlands endangers Public Health – Dutch Urged to Ditch Planned Flavor Ban – High School Vaping: There’s Good News & Bad in the 2020 NYTS Data – Biden Picks FDA Veteran Janet Woodcock as Acting Commissioner – Man Still Seeks Oxygen of Publicity – Does Vaping Regularly Cause “Leaky Gut Syndrome”? – Text messages to support e-cigarette use for smoking cessation – New Year, New Regulations – Empowering consumers to control pandemics – Vaping Flavor Chemicals In Huge Quantities Can Damage Heart Cells In A Dish, But Where Is The Human Relevance? – Tobacco harm reduction research plagued by ‘zombie’ theories – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Uphill Struggle ~ Australian Voices ~ As Expected, Nova Scotia Flavor Ban Is Increasing Smoking Rates ~ Center for Tobacco Products Director Gives PMTA Update ~ FDA Seeks Agency Support For Lucrative Anti-Tobacco Assignment ~ …

Vaping Digest 2nd December Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:- When you think you’ve seen it all – Effect of the covid-19 outbreak and the abolition of Public Health England – Anchorage Passes a 55% Tax on Vaping Products – E-Cigarettes Prevail in Cessation Aids Study – AVCA Welcomes New Associate Health Minister – Broken ‘Gateway’ Record Needs Changing – Heartless Heart Association – NY Ordered To Reimburse VTA – Bates On Burning Issues – Contradictions and Conflicts – A pilot comparison to NRT and Champix – Ampol backs easing of restrictions – Africa: Tobacco Harm Reduction – Demystifying Nicotine – Street Drugs Discussions – Policy reforms needed – Abuse liability assessment of the JUUL – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Irreconcilable Conflict Principle – Vape industry warns of 50% sales drop – The Birth of Harm Reduction – The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction (GSTHR) 2020 – IEVA European Survey – ASH Whipping Up A Storm – Burning Issues – Consumer Group Protests Lockdown Rules – Hawaiian Corruption Smear – The Stroke Association – Voters Approve Vape Taxes in Two States, Cannabis Sales in Five – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Consumers urge PRRD to cut foreign grants – Report urges need for THR products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Reported Patterns of Vaping to Support Long-Term Abstinence from Smoking: A Cross-Sectional Survey of a Convenience Sample of Vapers ~ Burning Issues: The Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction 2020 ~ New report from the …

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ‘Global State of THR’ Set for Release – Leafly Magazine discovered true cause of EVALI at least six months before CDC – Tobacco Harm Reduction – 7 things you need to know about vaping – Wales Forgets About Vaping – Quitting Smoking for Mental Health – Kick the Habit – VG/PG Cops – Relapse Risk – Cancer Council Australia and Heart Foundation misinformed on vaping – Rachael’s Story Part 1 / 6 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Drop in e-cigarette use despite evidence it helps smokers quit – Are ECs successful to help people quitting smoke? – Has vaping peaked in the UK? – Time To Help Smokers Quit! – GSTHR’s Burning Issues – Labour Attacks Vaping – Reduced Harm For The Homeless – 86,000 Disposable Vapes Seized – If there’s a scientific consensus on e-cigs, it may not be quite what you think – Juul Labs to Exit Germany – Michael’s story part 1/4 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Australia’s anti-vaping activists and bureaucrats – Vaping nicotine facing a crisis in Australia – E-cigarettes: the Cochrane Review – Vaping Better Than NRT to Quit Smoking – COVID and Vaping: A Perfect Storm of Misleading Science and Media – Exposing Claptrap – Sheffield’s Dull Legislative Blade – Shenzhen Shutdown – Bloomberg’s War Chest Probed – Swedish Research Proving HPV Vaccine Prevents Cancer – False e-cigarette health fears linked to big drop in North East – E-Cigarette Use Not Tied to Wheezing in Teens – Smokefree voters need to be wary of a vaping tax – Māori Women Benefit From a Harm Reduction Approach – FDA accused of violating Filipino vapers’ rights – Cigarette sales in Nova Scotia increasing – R.J. Reynolds and Philip Morris Sue CA – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: A Ban On E-cigarettes Would Harm Public Health ~ Majority of Surveyed Doctors Misattribute Tobacco Harms to Nicotine ~ Snus Market Expected to Reach $1.7 billion by 2027 ~ Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan Town Hall …

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: UK Vapers May Face New Threats, as Public Health England is to be Dissolved ~ Vaping Group Calls for Continued Pragmatism ~ Vaping rates not associated with outbreaks of lung injury, study finds ~ Epidemic …

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