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Vapers Digest February 16th

Friday’s News at a glance: Reintroducing Liberty – Terminal Stubbornness – Vaping and harm reduction – E-cigarettes and the burning issues around vaping – School Toilet Ban – Positive results from an e-cigarette trial – Research & Funding Draw Ad Hominem Attack – Anti-Vaping Policies Are Misguided – ‘Now is the time to act’ – Opening Brief Filed in Deeming Rule Appeal – Another Smoking Cessation Study Fails To Understand Smoking Cessation – Australia’s vaping restrictions labelled as ‘outrageous’ – County bans e-cigs use indoors – Liberals banning cannabis-flavoured vaping – 14 Common Objections to Vaping – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 14th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: The WHO Has Finally Lost It – Vaping voucher service launched across county – Calderdale Council considers vaping ban in taxis – There is law on snus but is there justice? – Science Lesson: Scientific Inference And Its Abuse

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Vapers Digest February 9th

Friday’s News at a glance: New study recognises the role reputable vape shops play in reducing smoking – Medical e-cig scrapped – American Smokers’ Misperception of E-Cigarettes’ Relative Harm: – Big Pharma Attacks Vape Flavours – Academics And Journals Spread Disinformation – JUUL Responds to Online Cancer Rumors – UK health experts say ‘yes’ to nicotine vaping – Vaping not enough for some cigarette smokers – Big tobacco’s offer: $1 billion for research – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest February 2nd

Friday’s News at a glance: Why the e-cigarette industry needs STANDARDS, not regulation – Asian vapers continue to suffer, and US study spreads fresh misinformation – Are Low-Nicotine Cigarettes Less Likely To Cause Cancer? – Vaping After Brexit – Nicotine Reflections – Terry Walker – E-cigarettes can be lifesavers – New Zealand survey – Military health officials: No deaths from vaping – Building up steam on bid to legalise nicotine vaping – Regulating e-cigarettes a better option – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 29th

Monday’s News at a glance: Police, pharma raids hit every Malaysian vape shop – Sensory Enhancement Or Addiction? – FDA vote is a setback – but not a disaster – for iQOS – American academics release new report as NNA takes on the EU over snus – Why Was The National Academies Report So Wrong About The Gateway Effect? – Cancer Research Ad Provokes Attacks – To vape or not to vape in public … – UK accused of hypocrisy – Beware: No e-cigarettes in Thailand – Vaping In The News 27th January – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 26th

Friday’s News at a glance: A Great Day For Bureaucratic Intransigence – FDA vote throws doubt on iQOS as reduced-risk product – Indonesia plans giant vape tax – Hajek Is Looking For Answers – National Academies Report On E-Cigs: Just What The FDA Ordered – Building on the Success of Snus – Real Talk About Vaping – If quitting isn’t an option, is vaping? – Vaping less harmful to lung fluids than smoking – Elderly Israeli couple arrested in Thailand for using e-cigarette – E-cigs, shisha to be illegal from Feb 1 – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 24th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Derek Yach: Building a Foundation to accelerate an end to smoking ~ ANPVU launches to give Italian vapers a consumer-led voice ~ National Academies Vape Report: Just What the FDA Needed ~ A Big Week For

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Vapers Digest January 19th

Friday’s News at a glance: Reprieve for EU vapers – NNA joins the case against the EU snus ban – Schools Criminalising Vaping Kids – 1.7 Million High Schoolers Vaped in 2016 – New FDA Statement On Vape Products – E-cigarette helps mum-of-two kick 25-year smoking habit – Snus tobacco on the rise as Norway smoking halved in a decade – Farsalinos Exposes Faults – Is Science or Policy Preference Leading the Way? – Chinese Adolescents and Vaping – Vapers Face An Onslaught Of New Taxes – Misleading Animal Research On Nicotine – Electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation – More data in favour of the relative safety of HnB products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Vapers Digest January 15th

Monday’s News at a glance: UKVIA calls for TPD repeal, while USA publishes fire statistics – Public Health Minister Endorses Government Lobbying Government – Health Effects and Irritants Studies – Vaping And Periodontitis – State government of Bihar bans e-cigarettes – E-cigarettes: Yea or nay? – Vaping may have its drawbacks but it’s a lifesaver for many – Why our government won’t talk about e-cigarettes – Thousands of Australians are vaping illegally – No need for a rush on bans – Medical group reverses position on e-cigarettes – Vaping In The News – January 6

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Vapers Digest January 10th

Wednesday’s News at a glance: Public Health England launches Pro-Vaping Campaign ~ Vaping chiefs hope Brexit will puff new life into industry ~ Harry’s blog 45: A CRUCial campaign from CRUK ~ Science and Technology Committee, House of Commons 09/01/17 ~

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