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The influence of tobacco brands on the E-Cig market

80% of e-cigarette brands remain independently owned.Go Smoke Free, an online e-cigarette retailer has investigated the ownership of 73 leading vaping companies to determine...

Dr. Farsalinos on AHA study linking HnB use to Heart Disease

Research conducted by the AHA exposed mice to aerosol emitted by Heat-not-Burn (HnB) device iQOS, and claimed that this aerosol had the same negative...

FDA extends its youth anti-smoking campaign to include e-cigs

Last August FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, said that the agency’s new tobacco plan supports product innovation so that smokers can obtain the nicotine...

UK councils still imposing vaping bans, as Australian experts fight to modernise attitudes

Freedom To Vape report makes depressing reading for Brits Libertarian advocacy group The Freedom Association released its latest report into how British local councils are...

Mental health patients who smoke, should have access to e-cigs

In a statement titled, ‘Why smoking and mental health matters’, the Mental Health & Smoking Partnership pointed out that since smoking retains a strong...

UK Report: Majority of UK councils still ignoring PHE advice on e-cig policies

Last year the PHE pointed out that forcing vapers to use their e-cigarettes in smoking areas, will not only expose them to harmful second...

AHA study: E-cig users more likely to be former smokers

Presented at the AHA’s Scientific Sessions 2017, a global exchange of the latest advances in cardiovascular science for researchers and clinicians, the research indicates...

Philip Morris Korea: data suggests IQOS is 90% safer than regular cigs

The tobacco company is planning to release the full study, including all the raw data by next June. In the meantime said Mikael Franzon,...

NZ Respiratory Health Foundation ignores data in favour of e-cigarettes

“As far as we’re aware, there is no good evidence demonstrating that using e-cigarettes will reduce the incidence of smoking normal tobacco cigarettes,” says...

Public Health experts: US needs an anti-smoking ambassador

“What the nation needs now is a candid and resolute champion to cross the threshold and deliver a clear message about less harmful tobacco...
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