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UK: Vaping Association Urges Employment Organization to Revise Vaping Guidelines

The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on employment laws and all aspects...

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...

Recent UK Study Looks Into Cash Rewards for Smoking Cessation

The study titled “Incentives for smoking cessation”, was published by the Cochrane Library, and contained results from 33 trials in eight countries, including 10...

UK Government Plans to Eradicate Smoking by 2030

Last September, Public Health England’s (PHE) chief executive Duncan Selbie, had urged the National Health Service (NHS) to strive at making Britain effectively smoke-free...

Two UK Hospitals Have Opened Shops Selling E-Cigs

City Hospital in Birmingham and Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich, have opened shops selling e-cigarettes as part of the current anti-smoking drive and...

Britain’s Vapers May Benefit From Brexit

In 2017, health experts in the UK grew concerned, as the rapid growth in the numbers of people switching from smoking to vaping started...

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...

What the US Vaping Industry Can Learn from the UK

According to an expert report commissioned by Public Health England, e-cigarettes are much less harmful than regular cigarettes. There are still many misconceptions surrounding...

The Harm Perceptions of E-Cigarettes and Nicotine in Britain

E-cig use seemed to be linked with accurate e-cigarette but not nicotine harm perceptions, while smoking was not associated with either.The study titled Harm...

Medical Professionals Reluctant to Recommend E-Cigs to Cancer Patients

Numerous studies keep indicating that despite not completely risk free, e-cigarettes are significantly safer than regular cigarettes. Earlier this year Public Health England (PHE),...
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