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FDA crackdown causes chaos

FDA issues new e-cig laws The Food and Drug Administration took another swing at tobacco harm reduction on Thursday, with the release of new laws...

FDA Releases Results from 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey

Last September, the FDA launched a campaign against teen vaping. The message put across is one saying that while e-cigarettes deliver addictive nicotine, the...

Juul: Restrictions on Flavoured Products do not Apply to Canada

Last Tuesday, Juul Labs Inc. announced its plans to stop selling most of its flavored nicotine liquids at bricks-and-mortar stores. The e-cig manufacturer said...

What the US Vaping Industry Can Learn from the UK

According to an expert report commissioned by Public Health England, e-cigarettes are much less harmful than regular cigarettes. There are still many misconceptions surrounding...

FDA Commissioner Calls Menthol Tobacco a ‘Significant Problem’

“Menthol is a significant problem,” said Gottlieb said at an event last Tuesday. “I don’t think the tobacco industry should be marketing products, if...
NNA Snus challenge

The NNA Calls for New Approach Towards Safer Alternatives

Speaking at the E-Cigarette Summit at the Royal Society, today on 15th November, NNA Chair Sarah Jakes, will call for a new approach towards...

Tobacco Shares Plummet Following FDA Flavours’ Crackdown

Last week, shares in BAT, the sixth-biggest company in the FTSE 100 and maker of Lucky Strike, Dunhill, Rothmans and Benson & Hedges, fell...

Research Looking at the Effect of E-Cig Vapour on Indoor Air

The authors of this study looked at the level of two types of particulate matter (PM) air pollution; lower measurement aerodynamic diameter (≤2.5 μm), PM2.5...

WHO Official Downplays Effectivity of E-Cigs for Smoking Cessation

The World Health Organization is renowned for being anti-vaping. Last October, public health experts at the organization’s biennial conference FCTC COP8, were left disappointed...

E-Cig Use Linked to More Quit Attempts and Successful Smoking Cessation

The study titled E-cigarette Usage Is Associated With Increased Past-12-Month Quit Attempts and Successful Smoking Cessation in Two US Population-Based Surveys,  examined past-12-month quit...
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