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Michael McGrady

Michael McGrady
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U.S.-based public policy columnist for Vaping Post. American syndicated columnist covering public health care policy, foreign affairs, and technology. 2019 KAC Tobacco Harm Reduction Scholarship Research Fellow. All articles express my own opinion and do not necessarily reflect the Editor's view.

How Regulators Misunderstand The Toxicity Arguments About E-Cigarettes

The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced that the agency is accepting public comments regarding additional constituent substances found in e-liquids, any...

The Juul Hearings Were Biased And Wasteful. Thanks, Congress.

Juul has been in the news nonstop since well before the end of last year. Just the day before, I watched in disgust as...

A Brief Review of CNBC’s “Vaporized: America’s E-Cigarette Addiction”

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla hosted and reported a new documentary entitled "Vaporized: America's E-Cigarette Addiction," released last week. While the documentary certainly highlights elements of the...

FDA’s Acceptance of the Ten Month Deadline On E-Cig PMTA Applications...

A federal judge in Maryland, U.S. District Judge Paul Grimm, ordered the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to advance the regulation of e-cigarettes...

Industry Group CEO: “Data certainly does not support” FDA regulatory approach...

Vaping Post’s Diane Caruana, our in-house wire journalist, recently wrote a briefing about the latest round of critique related to the U.S. Food and...

Vaping influencer marketing is misunderstood

Truth Initiative, a prominent tobacco control group in the United States, released a study about Juul-related posts on Instagram earlier this month.  “Findings reveal a...

Local governments and the adoption of prohibition policies against e-cigarettes

Last week the Board of Supervisors for the city of San Francisco adopted the first ever blanket ban on the sale, manufacture, and distribution...

When the war on youth vaping goes too far

A school district in Nebraska has announced that they will begin randomly drug testing their students for nicotine starting in the fall semester. Utilizing urine...

When public health becomes an ideology

Reported from Warsaw. The 6th annual Global Forum on Nicotine (GFN) ended late last week with zeal and record turnout. I was one of...

The War on Drugs, Nicotine, and the Youth Vaping Epidemic

Tobacco harm reduction is a field of research but also an economic phenomenon that promotes the safer delivery of nicotine to addicted users. Products...
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