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Britain’s Vapers May Benefit From Brexit

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In 2017, health experts in the UK grew concerned, as the rapid growth in the numbers of people switching from smoking to vaping started...

UK: ASH Releases Report Indicating Low Teen Vaping Rates

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On the contrary to the alleged alarming US figures reported by the US FDA, the ASH report has indicated that the proportion of under...

Why the UK’s Smoking Rates Are Plummeting Faster Than the EU’s

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The E-Cigarette Summit which took place last week in London, included high level briefings from various experts and promoted dialogue via panel debates and...

The Number of Vapers in Britain Tops 3 Million

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ASH said that the largest percentage of e-cigarette users are using the devices because they have given up smoking, whilst 40% are smokers who...

More UK vapers quit smoking as FDA faces shake-up

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Number of UK switchers rises above 50% Action on Smoking and Health are increasingly unpopular with vaping advocates thanks to their support for excessive regulations,...

New Jersey pushes flavour ban and ASH defend TPD, but signs...

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New Jersey flavour ban moves forward Vapers in New Jersey are facing the annihilation of the liquid market, as a bill aimed at banning almost...

Alarmist reporting from CDC and FDA continues, but anti-gateway evidence keeps...

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New CDC report spreads teen vaping alarmism The latest CDC report on vaping was released on 30 December, and disappointingly it’s more of the fearmongering...

UK : the court of appeal has ruled in favor of...

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As from May 2017, all cigarette packs in the UK must be sold in plain packaging, with nothing to distinguish them from one another...

Regular e-cig use amongst youths in UK remains low

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The UK based Health charity ASH, (Action on Smoking and Health), has conducted a youth survey this year, and collected data from young people...

Scotland: Study confirms a rise in vaping and a drop in...

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A Scottish health survey carried out in 2015 discovered that the number of vapers has increased to 7% of the Scottish population from 5%...
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