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Indian Study Looking Into Patterns of Tobacco and E-Cigarette Use

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Last Summer, the Union Health Ministry had prepared the Prohibition of E-cigarettes Ordinance 2019 for review, and a bill replacing this ordinance was passed...

Australia: Melbourne Council to Vote on Vape Ban in Smoke-Free Zones

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Earlier this year, Melbourne’s City council had proposed an amendment that if passed, would ban vaping in the city’s 11 no-smoking areas. Lord mayor...

Phillip Morris: SA’s Cigarette Ban Misses Opportunity to Promote Safer Alternatives

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The bans on tobacco products and alcohol sales announced in March, sadly included safer alternatives such as e-cigarettes and snus. Naturally, this had angered...

Australia’s Vape Ban Delayed Following Protests

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Last week, the Federal Health Minister of Australia Greg Hunt said that the Department of Health was working with the country’s Border Force towards...

Turkey has Banned the Import of Vapes and HnBs

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The ban includes all electronic devices, ie. vaping products, HnBs and all related accessories, parts and refills. In October 2017, Turkey had announced that it...

NY State: Cuomo Targets E-Cig Adverts and Online Sales

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Last October, a lawsuit by the VTA, and local businesses Benevolent ELiquids Inc. and Perfection Vapes, stopped a flavour ban proposed for New York...

SF’s Vapers and E-Cig Businesses Worry About E-Cig Sales Ban

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In 2019 approx. 80% of SF’s voters cast ballots against Proposition C, a measure which would have repealed the ban, with only just over...

Indian Doctors Raise Concern About Increase in Cancer Due to E-Cig...

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Last Summer, the Union Health Ministry had prepared the Prohibition of E-cigarettes Ordinance 2019, which was sent to the Cabinet for review. This measure...

Canada to Restrict E-Cig Adverts 

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A survey collecting data from over 75,000 students in Grades 9 to 12 in B.C., Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, has indicated a significant increase...

The WHO Calls for Stricter E-Cig Regulations 

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Despite the fact that the EVALI cases have been linked to the consumption of illicit THC, the World Health Organization (WHO) says it is disturbed...
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