Tag: Tobacco Truth

Friday’s News at a glance:- The government’s review of vaping regulations  – Why Do High Schoolers Vape? – Canada Proposes Brutal Federal Vape Tax – Thailand Will Reconfirm Vape Prohibition – Aufruf zur Teilnahme an der Umfrage des BVRA – Flawed report on vaping will harm public health – Research Finds No Gateway Risk – Top Doc Slams Ecig Knockers – Tell Rees-Mogg What You Think – Smoke-free England Parliamentary Debate – FSFW Welcoming Research Submissions – VApril Survey – Parliament – Vape Company at the Center of the FDA Storm – EU rules dampen Danish government plan – Cigarette Sales Surge After Vape Bans – No new licence applications for e-cigarettes – Insights from Harm Reduction Forum – Market share gap keeps shrinking – BAT youth access prevention campaign – FDA Issues Marketing Denial Orders – Altria working on new, alternative nicotine products – CEI Joins Coalition – Tasmanian Small Business Council suggest trial – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The gateway effect myth that will never die – 82 million vapers worldwide in 2021 – No Smoking Day – Time to try something more innovative – Government urged to cut VAT to 5% – ‘Ban smoking for good’ campaign – The NNA’s Top 20 – IBVTA Issues Warning – Confidence Up In USA – Strip Search District Superintendent Charged – UKVIA Calls For Scottish Rethink – Parliament – 2021 CDC Survey – Why Can’t the CDC Tell the Truth – Massachusetts Public Health Boasts – Industry bodies respond to Scottish plans – French Experts Call for Tobacco Policy Rethink – New Federal Spending Plan – Harm Reduction Approach Needed – Kenyans Yeaning For Safer Alternative – National Consumer Protection Week – Provinces Could Have Final Say – Canada’s Vape Gag Law Must Go! – Congress wants to sneak in an effective ban – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Scottish consultation on e-cigarette advertising – The NNA responds – San Diego VA Physician Promotes Unsupported Fear – Sweden Introduces Bill to Prohibit Flavored Vapes – National Tobacco Strategy is set to fail…again! – Survey Proves No Teen Risk – Dodgy Darlo Dealings – NNA Responds To Scottish consultation – GFN•TV – UKVIA Supports Homeless Shelter – Bills to Ban Synthetic Nicotine by Stealth – Vaping on NHS backed by more than a third – What science should we be following? – Watch Your Mouth – Hiding vapes from view won’t help to prevent smoking – Vape bill to strengthen flavor ban – Teen Vaping: What We Get Wrong – Vaping could be key – Cigarette smoking back in vogue – The changing tobacco epidemic – Clearing the haze: – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Women power: researchers and experts who changed the THR field ~ Sweden tobacco tax travesty: punish snus users and keep cigarettes cheap ~ ETHRA attends European Commission meeting on new tobacco and nicotine products in …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- China’s war on vaping – Memo for European Commission Seminar – Can Vaping Help You Find Love? – A suggestion for Jacob Rees-Mogg – UC San Diego Claims No Evidence for Quit-Smoking – Now Malaysia Bans Vaping – GFN Keynote Speaker Announced – Birthday Greetings for Bloomberg – Vape vending machines coming to UK – UK Launches Independent Review – New Hemp Cigarettes Contain Synthetic Nicotine – New National Tobacco Policy misguided – Changes to Norwegian rules – Portland, Maine, Votes to Ban the Sale of Flavored Products – Vaping Doesn’t Help Smokers Quit? – Why taxing vaping in SA will not help – Vape bill awaits final approval – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: Opposition to Vape Bill may exacerbate smoking, top Filipino doctors say ~ Britain is missing out on one of the biggest benefits of Brexit ~ Africa: Tobacco Harm Reduction in Africa: Has The Revolution Started? …

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Friday’s News at a glance:- NG209 NICE guidance – Transformers Versus Abolitionists – Vaping works in New Zealand – American Medical Association – Stop Smoking Start Vaping – Great Expectations – Work Survey Reveals Discrimination – Vapers’ Voices Heard In Brussels – The Nelson Thomlinson School – Yorkshire Cancer Research Welcomes NICE Guidance – Innokin’s “Why Smoke?” vaping campaign – World Vape Show London – Nice Work – Upstart e-cigarette makers push for NHS licences – China’s Decision to Regulate Vaping – Hva vil effekten av et smaksforbud på e-sigaretter være? – Are bans good public policy in India? – How will TPD3 deal with newly emerged products? – The WHO’s aversion to e-cigarettes – National Drug-User Union Emphasizes THR – Ottawa must listen to consumers – Denver shouldn’t ban flavored products – Justice Kavanaugh Asks FDA to Respond – UK E-Cig Summit Highlights U.S. Failure – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine Tax Passes House, Must Be Stopped in Senate – Tax will make people smoke more – “Build Back Better” Bill Is Likely to Increase Smoking Rates – REVISED Truth Initiative InfoGraphic – Parliament – ‘Good COP, Bad COP’ Awards Announced – Vapor Rebounds From Post-EVALI Declines – Reward smokers who want to quit – Finance Minister Liberman signs order – Banning is not always the answer – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- #COP9 LIVE 12 November 2021 – BECA draft report: second consideration of amendments – Confusing Communications, Shifting Guidance and Decision Paralysis – FDA: Stop Foot-Dragging – Nicotine Tax Update – Biden’s Vaping Tax Sparks Concerns – WHO Set To Fail Again – Antz Attempt To Influence COP9 – CAPHRA Writes To Delegates – COP Concerns – Polosa leads the ranking in his field of research – Vapers Call On Javid to Attend COP9 – The New Nicotine Patch – Women’s Voices Among Those Absent at COP – Biden Nomination of Califf as FDA Commissioner – The obscure UN conflab – Thai Government urged by pro e-cig group – Lobby group criticises KRA for increasing tax – Tobacco harm reduction policy in spotlight – PH agrees to follow science – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarettes could be available on NHS to tackle smoking rates – 100 experts speak up in favour of harm reduction – UK National Health Service Will Pay for Prescription Vapes – Tobacco Industry, my Love – GSTHR ‘Fighting the Last War’ – Excoriation of the WHO and Tobacco Control – If Less Vaping Means More Smoking – Global Pressure Mounts on WHO – NNA Welcomes Specialist Intervention – Geekbar Announces Factory Closures – Relapse Study Criticised – E-Cigarette Opponents Torture PATH – Why Did Cigarette Sales Rise in 2020 – First Vape Company Full Stay Is Issued – The Youth Vaping “Epidemic” Has Ended – Anti-Vaping Scare Tactics and Cigarette Sales – Fifth Circuit Rebukes FDA for Regulatory “Switcheroo” – Harm Reduction and bias – Government To Tax Vape Liquids – Is plain packaging of snus working in Norway? – Harm reduction gains traction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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