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UK Government to Review E-Cigarette Regulations Post-Brexit

Earlier this year, anti-smoking experts explained why a post-Brexit Britain should consider getting rid of the ineffective EU-wide Tobacco Products Directive (TPD), which has...

The SFATA “Save The Vape” Conference & Member Meeting

In recent months, the FDA has launched several efforts in an attempt to fight teen vaping. Last September, the agency released a campaign which...

Chinese Cities Consider E-Cigarette Bans

Beijing's health authorities will be looking into e-cig studies in order to inform future policies on the devices.Up until now, the manufacture, sale and...

Australian Pharmacists Confused Over What Vaping Advice to Offer

A recent study from Australia has indicated that there is a high level of confusion about how to react to customer inquiries about e-cigarettes,...

US University Receives Grant to Study How E-Cig Laws Affect Society

The aim of this research is to clarify the role of vaping in society and understand the impact it has on both the vaping...

The Dangers Lurking Behind South Africa’s E-Cig Bill

The proposed tobacco and e-cigarette regulation bill had initiated a public commentary period that expired on the 9th of August. Renowned tobacco harm reduction...

NZ: Vaping Products Can be Lawfully Imported, Sold and Distributed

In March 2017, associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner had said that e-cigarettes would be legalized and that New Zealand was adopting a low risk...

South African Authorities Propose New Vaping Regulations

The bill in question proposes five main changes which are aimed at reducing local smoking rates. The first change would ban smoking within ten...

Thailand: Debates on Why E-Cigs Should Be Legalized

Vapers in Thailand are faced with some of the harshest regulations worldwide. A ban on the import, export, sale and possession of vaping products...

Dubai: Inspectors Raid Tobacco Shops for E-Cigarettes

Earlier in March, a UAE senior health official said that the country is currently working on devising regulations that would stop the illegal import...
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