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Friday’s News at a glance:- Free e-cigarettes in A&E trial – USPS Postpones Ban On Vape Mail – Guess WHO? – EU scientific committee ignores the science – A backwards step for public health – Nicotine illiteracy – Research Retraction Provokes Angry Response – Vaping Missing From Smoke-free Plan – Vaping and the Scottish Parliament Election – Chapman and Daube Slammed By Politeness – Montana Legislature Approves Bill – Small Businesses Scrambling – FDA Will Ban Menthol Cigs: – Biden’s Menthol Cigarette Ban – COVID-19 And Teen Vaping – N.W.T. divided on regulating vape flavours – Legislators lambaste NGOs – Ill-advised Gamble for Public Health – Can Tobacco Harm Reduction Work for India’s Poor? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- E-cigarettes: what we know and what we don’t – Tobacco & Vaping 101: 50 State Analysis – Defund the World Health Organisation! – Durbin Introduces Bill to Tax Vapes Like Cigarettes – Reduced Nicotine Cigarettes For NZ – Why Should Smokers Switch To Vaping? – Future for Nicotine | GFN21, Global Forum on Nicotine – A world free of addictions is utopia – The knowledge gap of a smoker – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- Tobacco Products’ Beneficial Antioxidant Properties – Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan – In Overcoming Paralysis, Brussels Must Choose Harm Reduction – A critical review of high-impact studies of vaping – Why a medical expert embraced tobacco harm reduction – News-n-Views 13th/19th April – Another Media Partnership for POTV – YDKN Fact Checks Glantz’ Nonsense Nicotine Claims – Calls to consider e-cigarettes a first line therapy – SJ flavored tobacco ban would hurt small businesses – VCU study finds e-cigs may reduce exposure to tobacco-related carcinogen – Legal uncertainties are cramping the industry – THR key to reducing Asia’s smoking-related deaths – Asian countries told to be cautious about ‘philanthropic colonialism’ – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA March news roundup – The APPG on Vaping’s report about the WHO – Holding the Bloomberg anti-vaping propaganda complex to account – Vaping, Covid and the Precautionary Principle – Europe must embrace harm reduction post-pandemic – UK Parliamentary Inquiry Challenges WHO’s Anti-Vaping Stance – For Smokers With Schizophrenia: The JUUL in the Crown – APPG for Vaping’s COP Inquiry Submissions – Imperial Brands Talks About THR – Think Tank Considers Cancer Plan Feedback – What It’s Like to Be a THR Advocate in Taiwan – Hypocrisy, Health and Quebec’s Flavored Vape Ban – A conversation with philanthropy journalist – Vaping Prohibitionists Threaten Harm Reduction Efforts – Call for Britain to Make Its Mark – Wide variety of vape flavors can actually help smokers quit – Call It Colonialism | Bloomberg’s War on Vaping Pt. 2 – Up in Smoke: the Future of UK Tobacco Harm Reduction – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Keep on vaping – E-Cigarettes vs. Tobacco And What Anti-Vapers Are Getting Wrong – Vaping’s image problem in the EU – Teen Smoking Decreases as Vaping Increases – Senate Confirms Xavier Becerra – WVA Writes To EU Ministers of Heath – Ex-Ministers Back The Blueprint – PuffBar Circumvents Ban – Healthier Vision – Two Studies Affirm the Importance of Flavours – Questions in Parliament – Canada’s Proposed Nicotine Cap – Uplift Public Health Perspectives And Harm Reduction – Bloomberg’s misguided push to outlaw vaping – Who Speaks For Smokers? – Regional Petition Implores WHO to Respect Consumer Rights – Vaping Businesses Targeted By Criminals – Vitamin E Acetate is not Soluble in Nicotine E-liquids – Thai Government Should Reexamine E-Cigarette Ban – FDA admits getting over $150,000 from anti-tobacco NGO – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- The truth about vaping – Daily e-cigarette use shows ‘clear benefit’ – NNA Suggests Post-Brexit Nicotine Policy Reforms – Cash for honours at the W.H.O – Annalizeing* – Leicester woman kicks 60 year smoking habit – WHO’s Patronising Women – More Proof of Ecig Efficacy – A Film for No Smoking Day – Vaping Industry condemns US ‘Vape Mail’ ban – IECIE Shanghai – Don’t Ban E-Cigarette Delivery by Mail – Critical appraisal of the SCHEER Preliminary Opinion – What Made This Rhode Island Legislator Change Her Mind? – Smoking won’t keep falling if vaping regulations too tough – States defy science and cost lives – A high tax on e-cigarettes will bring evasion and illegality – That umbrella, we employed it – Suansing calls ‘deplorable’ FDA’s premature issuance of vape – Customs Seizes 77,000 Illegal Rick and Morty Vapes – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Monday’s News at a glance:- ETHRA February news roundup – Innovation and its Enemies – IBVTA response to The Sun and Daily Mail articles – UK Vape Ban? Nope Just the WHO Being Reckless and Stupid – Vape Shipping and the PACT Act: What We Know So Far – Important Vaping Studies About Health and Usage – Girl Blames Vaping For Chlamydia – Vape Bans Are Bad For Everyone – We Are All Bullied – Questions in Parliament – World NGO Day 2021 – The Brexit Public Health Revolution – Public Health England Report: E-Cigarettes Help Smokers Quit – Evidence from Public Health England – Future of tobacco product regulation in Australia – Harder to thwart illicit trade – Fact/Fiction: Does vaping make you more likely to spread Covid? – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Global Forum on Nicotine 2021 – “Sloppy journalism spreads contagion panic” – FDA Threatens More Small Vape Companies – All-Parliamentary Group Hears Vapor Advocates – ETHRA Slams “Perverse” European Commission – Parliament’s Special Committee on Beating Cancer – Swansea FC Own Goal – NZ Vaping Regs “Positive and Pragmatic” – Fruity Little Dangers – Liberal Plan to Decrease Vaping Initiation – Drug Science submission to the WHO – Receipt of Cessation Treatments – Study doesn’t say most vapers are 17% more likely to transmit Covid – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- Global nicotine prohibition with the WHO – Dear Canadian Smokers: Please Follow Britain’s Guidance – E-cigarette summit: Day one – Dodgy stats on the Gateway Hypothesis – INNCO’s Concern – The Philippines FDA Funding Issue – NNA Webinar on EU Restrictions – Spain’s Shame – Mark Pawsey MP Calls For Action – Vaping Offers Better Value for the NHS – Bloomberg Pushes for Google App Ban – New survey charts nicotine consumption across Europe – “Vaping” demonstration for EU Parliament – Improving Cooperation – San Francisco Board Votes – Smoking, tobacco use among teens – Trends in Tobacco Use – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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Friday’s News at a glance:- 75% of French people do not know that vaping is less harmful than smoking – The CDC Nicotine Brain Fallacy – Public consultation on electronic cigarettes – The Double Standard for Nicotine and Cannabis – World Evidence Based Healthcare Day – The Effectiveness of Vaping – Study: Vaping Reduces Smoking – Polarised – WHO Relies on Lies – Australia Proposes a Vape Prescription Plan…Seriously – Australia’s ‘backward’ Position On Vaping To Be Explored At Webinar – Banning flavoured vapes would ‘kill the whole industry’ – Pharmacy-only e-cigarettes decision slammed – Electronic Cigarettes: Coronavirus – Declaration of Founding Members of SCOHRE – Nicotine Science and Policy Daily Digest

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