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Will BAT increase bid for Reynolds?

In a last episode, an offer of $20 billion in cash and about $47 billion in shares of the BAT company was proposed to Reynolds for...

Clive Bates: An incredible regulatory process for Ecigs in the USA

Interviewed by Patricia Kovacevic, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Nicopure Labs, Clive Bates is questioned about his perspective of the regulatory framework the e-cigarette...

What you need to know about Heat-not-Burn (HNB) cigarettes

This is not vaping... Together with e-cigarettes, HNB cigarettes provide an alternative to combustible cigarettes for smokers who don't want or can't stop smoking. The...

Minnesota: An ordinance to include e-cigarettes in the definition of “smoking”

Update on November 17, 2016: Kandiyohi County adopted a new smoke-free ordinance on November 15 that goes into effect on January 1, 2017. E-cigarettes...

Sweet e-juice additives screened by researchers

The use of additives is not without risk: it is what reports a study carried out by the Lebanese researcher Najat A Saliba from...

A quick demonstration of formaldehyde levels produced by an Ecig, a...

A controversial study on formaldehyde emissions The controversial study published by Paul Jensen and co-authors from the Portland State University (Portland, OR) established that "an e-cigarette...

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)....

Hooked, Netted & Landed. A Smokers Story.

Early days: The run up to, and yes, the cause of the habit which has killed me. I am now sixty-eight years old. I want...

Smoking cessation: Scientists find quitting abruptly increases success

Opposite to the most common belief, going slowly is not the best way to quit smoking, even if quitting rates are also reasonably good...

New Zealand: The Very Low Nicotine Cigarette (VLNC) versus the e-cigarette

Tobacco use remains the single biggest cause of preventable morbidity and mortality in New Zealand. Along with many other organisations, New Zealand Health Promotion...
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