Tag: Vaping Post

Wednesday’s News at a glance: WHO Statement on The US FDA Decision Regarding HTPs ~ ‘Oral nicotine products “infinitely better” than smoking’ ~ Oral Nicotine Pouches, Snus, PM and Hon Nicky Wagner’s SOP ~ Vape group calls for a VAT …

Vaping Digest August 5th 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: Canada epitomises the fatal impact of flawed research ~ Canadian Constitution Foundation analyzes the constitutionality ~ Time to regulate vape industry ~ Outrage as Melbourne moves to ban VAPING in areas of the CBD that …

Vaping Digest July 29th Read More »

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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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Wednesday’s News at a glance: COVID-19 Survey, July 2020 ~ Tobacco harm reduction in the 21st century ~ E-Cigarettes and Respiratory Disease: NO EVIDENCE ~ NZ Vape Group Urges Local Govt. to Reject WHO Stance on E-Cigs ~ UK Study: …

Vaping Digest 15th July Read More »

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Friday’s News at a glance:- New official statistics endorse the UK government’s approach to harm reduction – Stop the ban on flavored e-liquids – New EU rule changes would mean bad news for #Smokers and #Vapers – US Mail Vape Ban Passes the Senate – Vape Bans Are Creating a Thriving Illicit Market – Research Roundup – Parliament – Flavour Ban Black Market Boom – Erroneous Europe – Nova Scotia Nonsense – Steve Brine: Making the most of vaping – Massachusetts Regulators Knowingly Drive Vapers to the Black Market – The Black Market of Vaping – Vapers fight against ban – TGA blows smoke up Australia’s ash –  Health Canada to ban advertising – Pragmatic tobacco policy can decrease youth use – FDA Issues IQOS Modified Risk Approval – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Wednesday’s News at a glance: The past is not the future – what lies ahead for tobacco and nicotine? ~ The shameful history of the anti-smoking crusade ~ The E-Cigarette Revolution That Wasn’t ~ ETHRA notes on TPD interview ~ …

Vaping Digest 8th July Read More »

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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 Belgian government is making a huge mistake – Australia to ban e-cigarette imports – Government announces major crackdown – Faceless Bureaucrats Announce Vaping Ban – E-cigarette import ban set to continue – COVID, Smoking, and Vaping – Nurses Educated About Vaping – Advocates Call For Germany To Act Wisely – Quit Their Way – How EU safety legislation has affected UK vapers –
Furore over tobacco, nicotine therapy for COVID-19 – Safe Supply Pioneer Presents Vaping as Central to Harm Reduction – US Study: Most E-Cigarette Users Are Ex-Smokers – Why Africa needs harm reduction in bridging gap for smokers – Global Forum on Nicotine 2020 – The 2019 “Evali” Misinfodemic (Part 3) – Smokers, former smokers, never smokers and vapers: a survey by the COEHAR explains their behavior during the lockdown – Worldwide Attack on Harm Reduction Intensifies – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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