Tag: WHO

Monday’s News at a glance:- Expert statements on WHO and tobacco harm reduction – One hundred specialists call for WHO to change its hostile stance – Removing Barriers from Vaping: Tips for People with Disabilities – At Least 28 Vape Companies Have Challenged MDOs in Court – The FDA’s Confusing Rulings – Mackem Manager’s THR Madness – This Newsletter Is Not “FDA Approved” – A global look at vaping regulations – US sketches out tough regime for e-cigarettes – FDA’s Negligence Led to Youth E-Cigarette Use – Survey finds students are using vaping as quit smoking aid – Kenya must step up bid to help smokers – Scientists push for THR policies – Illegal Vape Products Seized in New Waterford – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- UK E-Cigarette Summit – Nicotine regulation in Europe: – The Disposable Vapes Debate – Michigan Drops Its Vape Flavor Ban – Blind Lawmakers in Costa Rica – All Change For Thailand? – Stoptober NHS Advice – Tories Told About THR – Miss Information – Biden Could Pick Vaping Foe Robert Califf as FDA Chief – Heated Denver Council Hearing – FDA and Triton Argue in Court Filings – Chaos & Disorder – FDA’s First-Ever Vaping Product Authorization – FDA Approves an E-Cigarette for the First Time – Just Tell Me If Vape Lung Was Fake – WVA Calls On New Zealand – Vaping harm perceptions and an SSA fellowship – Experts Challenge WHO Position on Safer Nicotine – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA September news roundup – Combat addiction with harm reduction, not prohibition – CDC Says Youth Vaping Dropped – Teen Vaping Fell by Over 40% in 2021 – Youth Vaping Rates Decline Steeply in the US – U.S. Trade Agency Orders IQOS Off the U.S. Market – WHO’s Manipulation Caught Out – WHO Should Adopt UK Ecig Approach – Trading Standards Hunt Illegal Disposables – WHO Releases New Report – The Great De-Vape – Freedom of choice has been cancelled and will cost lives – Buying Nicotine in Australia Is About to Get Even Harder – Australia makes smoking so much easier – Advocates and Prohibitionists Temporarily Unite – Experts Urge Authorities To Embrace THR – San Jose Prohibits Flavored Vape and Tobacco Products – SA tobacco bill clouds the issues – A safer alternative for 1.3 billion people – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Vaping & the workplace – Vaping Can Restore Lung Defence – UK Vape Ban Threat – URGENT Call To Action – NNA Asks UK Vapers to Help Stop FCTC Attacks – 323 Vape Companies Have Received MDOs – Turning Point Brands Sues FDA – Case Studies Trump WHO’s Lies – Riding For Vapes – Explosive Research Busts Bullying Billionaire – Academics Attack Shopkeepers – PM Spied Vaping – The Media Needs to Get Vaping Right – Vaping vs. Tobacco Smoking: – The FDA has decimated the market – Truth Initiative Creates Fake Vape Company – WHO Busted – Vaping And Mental Health: – Needlessly killing a powerful anti-smoking tool – Youth Vaping Has Not Led to Smoking – Now it’s the great vape conspiracy – False beliefs about tobacco alternatives – Vape flavor bans to worsen global smoking problem – PUDO Inc signs specialized vape product delivery solution – Reignite the Fight Against Smoking – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Nicotine Tax: Vapers Apply Pressure & Some Democrats Have Doubts – New study reveals common misunderstandings – Swedish Match deserves as much credit as Volvo – Parliament Square Vape Rally – Lithuania – The Next Country To Fall – WVA Members Address The WHO – HK Told To Regulate Not Ban – Quitting Success – More Warnings, “Experts” Demand – Farewell E-Cigarettes? – If the FDA Doesn’t Kill the Vaping Industry – FDA Issues MDOs to Turning Point Brands – The NYT still doesn’t understand the difference – sCOPe Livestream 8-12 November 2021 – MOH stop-smoking guidelines ignore the best way! – Countries’ case studies on vaping shatter WHO’s lies – 2 Years of Vaping Ban in India – Demand rise for science-backed smoke-free products – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Health Canada consults on the really dumb idea – Please, Health Canada – Flavoured vaping ban slammed – Vape Age Restrictions – Memo to Legislators: – The FDA Denies 800 More Flavored Vaping Products – Tax Parity Bill Would Increase Youth Smoking – Congress Must Rein in Federal Agencies – FDA Still Sending Warning Letters – Glantzing At Science Again – CAPHRA Demands Balanced Debate – Sleepwalking To Crisis – Lithuania Will Prohibit Vape Flavors – FDA Pushes Nicotine Patches – The stickies must flow – Science-based approach to regulation – The Vaping Industry As We Know It – Patt Denning Describes Her Switch – Asia Pacific Declaration – Misinformation on Twitter – WHO deferral on THR ‘tragic’ – Ignorance and Idealism – US nicotine pouch sales have grown – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- All about nicotine – the guru has spoken – Organizing the Tobacco Harm Reduction Community in the United States – Vapes Outperform NRT for Smokers – Tobacco Control Leaders Call for a Balanced Assessment – Vape Bus Hits Barcelona – Cochrane Updates Info on Vape Efficacy – NZ Regs: Terrible For Consumers – PHE’s Response to the SRNT Paper – New Testing Method Keeps PMTA Dream Alive – FDA Signals It Won’t Authorize Flavored E-Liquid PMTAs – Will FDA Extend Its Proposed Ban on Menthol Cigarettes – Nora Volkow Acknowledges Benefits – Demand for balance on vape debate – Knee-jerk response – 2.4m Britons choose vape to quit – Are Concerns About Teen Vaping Overblown? – Flavoured vape e-liquids help smokers – Good News Out of the Philippines – Foreign groups hit for role in tainting Senate vaping bill – FDA orders three small makers to pull products from the market – Remaining smokers in Norway – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Control Experts Unite for Unprecedented Endorsement of Vaping – Signs of sanity in US tobacco control? – Tobacco Control Experts Promote Vaping – Call for a Reset of the Vaping Debate – Stanton Glantz’s Tainted Science – State AGs Pressure FDA – Glantz Paper Pulled Apart – Worst Published Paper Of The Year? – MHRA Closes Vape “Loophole” – Parliament – Drug Legalization Is Trendy—Unless the Drug Is Nicotine – Canadian Vaping Association: – Why do opponents want to suppress or dismiss science? – The WHO’s war on vaping – Vape to curb smoking -WHO report on the global tobacco epidemic 2021: –  Mexico’s thaw on heated tobacco – Terrible timing for vape businesses and consumers – Senate Bill 2239 regulates vape market – Preventing Youth Vaping Could Hinder Adults’ – March against the ban of flavours in Montreal – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- How the UK Is Allowing Vapes to Save Hundreds of Thousands of Lives – Vast Vaper Database Reveals The Truth – Gallup Says Americans Under 30 Still Prefer Vaping to Smoking – E-cigarettes are not our enemy – VPASA slams WHO’s comments – Dirty Ashtray Award for WHO! – NYU Epidemiologist Talks War on Vaping – Smokers in Africa – Tobacco and vaping: A new leaf – Brian Carlton: The Spoonman – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA EU Nicotine Users Survey – Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids VP – WHO Decides THR Talks Can Wait Until 2023 – Why the WHO is wrong about vaping – Asia-Pacific panel to scrutinize WHO’s latest tobacco report – The tainted science of Stanton Glantz – Nicotine Toothpicks Are a Bigger Story Than We Thought – Another Glantz Debunking – Virtual Hilarity – Otago’s Mixed Messages – Fewer than quarter of Scots want restrictions – Successful countering of tobacco industry efforts to overturn Thailand’s ENDS ban – Ukraine Poised to Pass an Anti-Vaping Law – Misinformation, attacks from NGOs – Breath clouds, heat plumes, and nefarious NGOs – Misinformation Threatens Efforts to Reduce Tobacco Harm – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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