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Sweet e-juice additives screened by researchers

The use of additives is not without risk: it is what reports a study carried out by the Lebanese researcher Najat A Saliba from...

US: Lawmakers put forward a bill to ban kid-friendly flavoured e-liquids

Etsy, a Democrat representing Danbury and Connecticut’s 5th District, claimed that these liquids’ colourful packages and flavours are nothing but part of strategy by...

Cloud chasing enters Wikipedia’s records

Now, the term has found its place in Wikipedia and is defined as the activity of blowing large clouds of vapor using an electronic cigarette. No...

USA: Passion put out, AzureVaping.com closes door

US FDA's regulation and excessive taxes eroded the willingness of a passionate Consequences of deeming regulations combined to tax levies, very high in certain States,...

Indiana: Manufacturing permit granted to out-of-state company after a legal action

The law in Indiana regulates the sale of e-liquids. It forces vape shops to purchase e-liquids from manufacturers that fit the standards set by the...

In depth with “Throat Hit”

The throat hit can be defined as a contraction of the pharynx/larynx consecutive to inhalation. This sensory moment is well known by smokers and well...

The facts about the risks of Nicotine ingestion in children

Chicago Fire Department identified the lozenges as “Niquitin Minis”, which are over the counter lozenges smokers use when trying to quit smoking. One of...

US FDA: Another lawsuit against deeming regulation

150 retailers are about to close doors in Alabama Many complaints have been lodged against the FDA's new regulation of tobacco products that will be...

Ferrero and the “Tik Tak” e-juice’s confusion

Imitation of the trademark of a leading international company On January 21, 2016, AOC Juices the French manufacturer of e-juices, markets its e-liquid Tik Tak. The juice...

Switzerland: Vaping in steady state but controversy swollens

20,000 Swiss people are daily users Swiss vaping is in steady state. Despite the 14% of the population who tried it, i.e. one million people, only about 20,000...
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