Home Tags UK

Tag: UK

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),...

UK Report: E-Cigs Remain ‘the Most Popular Stop Smoking Aid in...

E-cigarettes are "the most popular stop smoking aid in England," according to the recent PHE report. The health organization adds that vaping increases the...

The Number of Vapers in Britain Tops 3 Million

ASH said that the largest percentage of e-cigarette users are using the devices because they have given up smoking, whilst 40% are smokers who...

Thailand Ranked as Worst Country for Vapers

This year’s Global Forum on Nicotine (GFN) has attracted 500 delegates from 60 countries. Members of the International Network of Nicotine Consumer Organizations in...

Health Experts Urge UK Parliament to Get Rid of TPD2

  Health experts in the UK are concerned, as the rapid growth in the numbers of people switching from smoking to vaping has dropped significantly....

US man sues over battery explosion, while gateway theory gets another...

Delaware man sues vape shop over battery explosion A man from Wilmington, Delaware is suing a vape shop which, he claims, sold him a dangerous...

Mixed news for US vapers, but problems emerge in UK hospice...

New York City goes full steam ahead on e-cig crackdown A group of New York City legislators have pushed through a series of bills and...

New FDA Anti-Vaping Campaign Plans To Target Teens

FDA Vaping Honeymoon Comes To A Swift End Hopes that the new FDA tobacco control policy would be good news for vapers were quickly dashed...

E-cigs feature in new UK tobacco control plan

Unfortunately the Philippine government appears to be going in the opposite direction, as lawmakers push for new restrictions on the sale and use of...
X