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Democrats Send Letter to FDA Criticizing Flavour Ban

“The newly announced e-cigarette flavors policy, which represents an alarming reversal from what the Administration promised, is weak and unlikely to have a meaningful...

Research Analyst: Juul Labs Will Benefit From Flavour Ban

When last October, Trump announced that all flavoured vaping products would be banned, Juul had decided to be proactive and stopped selling its flavoured...

US Vape Businesses to “Cease Manufacture, Distribution and Sale” of Flavoured...

Two days ago, the FDA released the much anticipated guidance pertaining to flavoured vaping products. "Companies that do not cease manufacture, distribution and sale...

The US May be Raising the Nationwide Vaping Age to 21

“Will be meeting with representatives of the Vaping industry, together with medical professionals and individual state representatives, to come up with an acceptable solution...

Surgeon General’s report and formaldehyde myth get hammered in journals

Researchers slam Surgeon-General’s e-cig report Last December’s report on e-cigarettes by then US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy caused outrage among vapers, who accused the relatively...

Poll shows TPD failure, while global fight over vape laws continues

Malaysia’s most populous state is now threatening to jail anyone who vapes in public parks or shopping centres, while their counterparts in the Indian...

More UK vapers quit smoking as FDA faces shake-up

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,...

Scotland tightens e-cig rules, but new studies bring good news

Scotland bans e-cig sales to under-18s Scotland’s new health act came into force on 1 April, bringing a range of new restrictions – including a...

Vaping bans fail or face challenges, but FDA assault continues

The Welsh Assembly’s Labour group finally accepted that its proposed ban on vaping in public places had failed, while MEPs asked for closer scrutiny...
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