Monthly Archives: October 2016

Minnesota : Drop in fatal fires linked to rise in vaping

"We are on record pace for having the lowest number of fire deaths ever in Minnesota, and we surely hope that pace continues," said...

E-cig regulations in Luxembourg post TDP

In Luxembourg, a country which is part of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), according to the latest Eurobarometer...

FDA allows use of unapproved e-cigs for scientific research

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s announcement included that these unapproved devices can only be used for research as long as they meet compliance...

Interesting times, as vaping opponents face fire from every direction

Fear of putting on weight deters many smokers from quitting, but a new paper from New Zealand suggests that electronic cigarettes could be the...

Study finds that most e-cig users vape in smoke-free zones

Although cigarette smoking in public indoor spaces is prohibited all around the U.S. as it is in all other developed countries, rules about vaping...

FDA’s deadline for receipt of first documentation

Companies who fall under this time bracket are expected to first fill out and send an online Tobacco Health Document  “including all documents developed...

Nationwide EASE project on Ecigs: Dual users wanted

The H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa (FL, USA) will launch a study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)....

INNCO supports the UKCTAS’s commentary on the WHO e-cig policy report

The report mentioned above will serve as a framework for the discussions that are to take place at the long awaited FCTC happening between...

Protected: Expert advice for a safer vaping style

Some studies show that vaping is not absolutely safe and the risks are linked to the toxicity of emissions. Among toxic products are aldehydes, like acrolein, formaldehyde, benzaldehyde, propionaldehyde...

Prop 56 tax promoters in CA blame e-cigs for tobacco epidemic

The implementation of Proposition 56 would increase the state’s tobacco tax from 87 cents to $2.87. The fact that California is the third largest...
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