Tag: Tobacco Reporter

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 …

Vaping Digest 16th September Read More »

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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 …

Vaping Digest 2nd September Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- A Rose by Any Other Name – FDA May Hate Their Guts, But the PMTA Process Favors JUUL – Another Study Finds That Banning Flavours Increases Tobacco Consumption – Combustibles Outperform E-Cigarettes During Pandemic – Question in Parliament – Barmy Malone’s Prohibition Plan – Association Between Vaping and Mental Illness – Training now available for Australian GPs – National denies it’s holding up vaping legislation – 618 Days Of Failure On Vaping

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Over 500,000 vapers in Australia now, according to Government study ~ Clarifying Australia’s youth vaping figures ~ Teen vaping is way less common than the news claims ~ Australia’s Imaginary Teen Vaping Epidemic ~ Smoke …

Vaping Digest July 22nd Read More »

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Monday’s News at a glance:- European Harm Reduction Group Launches Manifesto on Behalf of Former Smokers – NZ Delay Call – Italian Study: E-Cigs Are Effective Tools to Decrease Tobacco Consumption – Zyn Boosts Swedish Match’s Second Quarter – Latest Australian data confirms failure of plain packaging – MP’s Smokefree Amendments Deserve Support – Draconian Australia Importation Ban – Kentucky’s About-Face on Tobacco Harm Reduction Could Prove Hazardous – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Vapers and Public-Health Experts – S.1253 Will Harm Adult Vapers and Will Not Reduce Youth E-Cigarette Use – Vape sales increase eleven-fold – New Zealand’s 2020 Budget Did Not Raise Tobacco Taxes – Doc’s Dodgy Feelings – Flavours Are Effective For Smoking Cessation – NHS Slow on Cessation – Lies, Hypocrisy and Bluster – Socioeconomic Vaping – UKVIA Wants Tax Parity With NRTs for Vapor – Taiwan Association Says Tobacco Harm Reduction is a Human Right – Freedom Matters in Missouri – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The Endgame Revisited – Their Favorite Enemy – ACVODA Astonished – Verboten – Ethics in Programming : The Project I Refused – Vaping and Nicotine Consumer Rights Groups Around the World – THR Advocacy & Awareness Van for Australia – A Welcome Reprieve for Australian Vapers – NZ’s Health Select Committee Understands The Importance of Vape Flavours – Why Australia’s draconian vaping policies deserve condemnation – New vaping rules in effect in Ontario – Smokers not more susceptible to COVID-19 – Group Urges Thailand To Reconsider Ban On Vaping – How to give up tobacco and focus on harm reduction? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The WHO Doubles Down On Its Incompetence – GFN Open To All – Global Forum On Nicotine Goes Online Due To COVID-19 – All Hands on Deck: Tomorrow is World Vape Day! – It’s OK To Vape – NNA Webinar – ETHRA Launches Manifesto – World Vape Day – The W.H.O ignores science: The world pays the price! – World Vape Day. Let’s celebrate, educate and help others – International experts in tobacco policy – A Call for UK Vapers to Participate in Local Study – European Vape Tax Means Price Hike – Vape stores among those to re-open – Totally Wicked Announces Asda Deal – ‘Vaping Less Likely Long-Time Habit’ – The role of nicotine in COVID-19 infection – Misinformation impedes smokers’ switch to e-cigarettes

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Friday’s News at a glance:- British American Tobacco working on COVID-19 vaccine – Ban All Vapes During PMTA Delay – FDA Four-Month Delay Not Enough to Save E-Cigarette Industry – New York Bans Flavored Vaping Products – Vaping products should be labelled essential – Vaping sector ‘open for business’ – Govt Urged to Keep Vape Shops Open – Vape shop owners want to be considered essential – Shahab Urges Government To Change Policy – Open Irish Stores Plea – Big T’s COVID Response – West Knocks Media Coverage – Rushed Bill “Grossly unfair” – While a Real Epidemic Raged – Opinions About E-Cigs Remain Skewed – Switching from Smoking to Vaping – Vaping enthusiasts hold virtual rally – Encouraging Transformation – Vapers ask Centre to revise position on E-cigarettes – Pushing Through Prohibition In a Time of Pain – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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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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