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Judge rejects anti-vaping claims as Senator Johnson calls for FDA climbdown

Tobacco companies win e-cig court case A class action suit brought against a group of tobacco companies by American anti-vaping activists has been thrown out...

Some optimism in Canada, but the USA generates more alarmist headlines

Canada’s federal government is at last making an effort to clear up the country’s notoriously vague vaping laws - and might be doing a...

New support from medics in USA and Australia, but bans continue...

New US study confirms negative effect of public health attacks on vaping In a rare dissent from US health researchers’ relentless attacks on e-cigarettes, a...

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...

A good week for pro-vaping science, but council bans continue to...

Legislators aren’t looking at the evidence, however, and one of Scotland’s councils has just introduced a ban on vaping anywhere on its property. This...

Good news from England and Italy, but tax threat persists in...

There’s good news on the medical front, too. Italian researchers say their latest research confirms harm reversal in smokers who switch to electronic cigarettes,...

Good news for quitters, bad news for Indiana e-liquid ban

BMJ says e-cigarettes “help more smokers quit” In a dramatic reversal of its previous hostility to vaping, the British Medical Journal has published a new...

UK: Study finds connection between e-cig use and a decrease in...

The researchers at the University College London collected data from the Smoking Toolkit Study, an informative tool that aims to provide the public with the...

How Does a Cloud Get to Where it is Going?

When I first looked up and saw that the clouds were coming from the south, I felt content – they were moving in the...

Scotland: First study to be carried out about vaping during pregnancy

The UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, which is a network of 13 universities, will be recruiting several hundred women for this study...
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