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Moldova’s Government Wrongly Implies That HNBs Are As Harmful as Cigs

As PMI’s iQOS emerges on the Moldovan market, the local Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection sadly failed to conduct a comprehensive investigation...

Livingston NJ votes to Ban Vape Shops in its Business Districts

Despite being both a governing body and a health professional, Councilman Shawn Klein, who was absent on the night of the final vote, thinks...

BAT to Buy South African E-Cig Manufacturer Twisp

The Commission explained that the agreement between BAT and Twisp was signed last January,  and made it clear that in its opinion this merger...

Senators Urge FDA to Take Action About Candy Flavoured E-Liquids

The senators who include Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL), are criticizing the lack of action that the agency has taken so far in...

Lawyers circle JUUL Labs as pro-vaping MP pressures UK government

JUUL faces court challenge from “nicotine addicts” In the latest twist to the ongoing hysteria about the popular JUUL e-cigarette, the company is being sued...

Carbondale IL Raises Age For Purchasing Tobacco and Vaping Products

Last Tuesday, the Carbondale Board of Trustees voted to raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco and vaping products, amid hopes that such a...

Sacramento On Track To BAN Flavors

The next city on schedule for passing a flavor ban is the state capital of Sacramento. At a recent public meeting at the Law...

Major Cities in the State of California Aim to BAN Flavors

Well, for a few reasons, but the first reason that stands out the most is the fact that they seem to continuously wish to...

Inaccurate Smokeless Tobacco Label Unchanged For Over 30 Years

A paper recently published in Harm Reduction Journal by renowned public health expert Dr. Lynn Kozlowski, points out that as long as cigarettes remain...

Massachusetts Investigating Juul Labs Over Sales to Minors

Last Tuesday, upon answering questions about the investigation, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, added that her office would be sending cease-and-desist letters to Direct...
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