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NNA: UK Government’s Green Paper Detrimental to Public Health

Earlier this month, reported the NNA, the Cabinet Office and Department of Health and Social Care joint-released their intentions in a Green Paper, reportedly...

Michigan Governor Bans Sale of Flavored E-Liquids

Given the non-stop stream of incessant misinformation and alarmist headlines about an alleged teen vaping epidemic and the recent outbreak of serious lung disease...

NNA: “The WHO Report Will Only Perpetuate Smoking” 

Despite the incessant amount of scientific evidence to the contrary, in a report issued last week titled, “Offering help to quit tobacco use,” the...

UK: ASH Releases Report Indicating Low Teen Vaping Rates

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

NNA: Banning E-Liquid Flavours Threatens Public Health

“The array of e-cigarette flavours has been instrumental in their success as a smoking cessation method Demonising flavours in some jurisdictions is a...

Hong Kong: 35K UK Vaping Tourists Could Risk Jail

Last October, a Hong Kong Official had announced a complete ban on e-cigarettes and other innovative tobacco products, in an unexpected U-turn by the...

NNA: UK Health Professionals Need Education about Nicotine

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) last year alone, 400,000 people gave up smoking in England, which leaves 6.1 million smokers or...

The VApril Campaign, Second Edition

The NNA’s contribution offers hints and tips from personal experiences in switching and the organization believes that this input is beneficial to smokers trying...

Why We Should Drop The Term “E-Cigarettes”

An article on New Nicotine Alliance Australia (NNA AU), said that during a meeting with a number of well respected Tobacco Harm Reduction advocates,...

The NNA Welcomes APPG Report Favouring Liberal Workplace E-Cig Policies

The APPG for Vaping report “Vaping in Workplaces and Public Places” published on the 20th November, made the following policy recommendations: “1) Workplace vaping policies...
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