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  • BAT Will Not Hit Target Sales of Safer Alternatives
    Post time: Oct-25-2018

    BAT has cut 10% off its target for revenue from electronic and noncombustible cigarettes, as  it forecasts 900 million pounds ($1.2 billion). This loss is a result of recalling a device in the US and a drop in the Japanese demand for Glo. “It’s not going to sweep the world as some of our competi...Read more »

  • Smokers should switch from cigarettes to vaping, says world’s biggest tobacco firm
    Post time: Oct-24-2018

    The world’s biggest tobacco company is encouraging smokers to give up cigarettes and switch to vaping in a multi-million pound campaign. The £2 million campaign, called Hold My Light, is aimed at persuading the UK’s 7.4 million smokers to go “smoke free” with the help of family and friends...Read more »

  • Malaysia: Nicotine-Free E-Liquids Exempt from Vaping Ban
    Post time: Oct-20-2018

    Last week, Dr Lee announced that as of next year, the government will be banning smoking in all eateries, including open-air outlets across Malaysia. This announcement was followed by a statement explaining that this ban will be extended to nicotine containing e-cigarettes. “Only vape which cont...Read more »

  • One More Study Indicates the Benefit of Switching to Vaping
    Post time: Oct-19-2018

    Senior Lecturer Alexis Bailey has presented preliminary results from his observational study about e-cigarettes at SRNT, the top nicotine and tobacco research conference, which took place in Munich last month. The study titled “SmokeFreeBrain” looked at the effect that switching from smoking to ...Read more »

  • UK Report: E-Cigs Remain ‘the Most Popular Stop Smoking Aid in England’
    Post time: Oct-18-2018

    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 likelihood of quitting cigarettes successfully by about 50% percent and reduces health risks by “at least 95%.” This report highlights once ...Read more »

  • Ontario Health Groups’ Argue Against E-Cig Advertising
    Post time: Oct-16-2018

    Last Summer, the provincial government of Ontario put on hold changes to the Smoke Free Ontario Act 2017, which included a ban on the promotion of vaping products, that were meant to come into effect on July 1, 2018. Electronic Cigarette Trade Association (ECTA) President Daniel David, had point...Read more »

  • WHO’s afraid of vaping
    Post time: Oct-15-2018

    For the second time in two years, I sat in the public gallery at a United Nations conference in Geneva as a senior UN bureaucrat told us that all members of the media and public were to be barred from the proceedings. This particular occasion was one of the UN’s biannual sessions to update the W...Read more »

  • Smoking vs. Vaping – The Environmental Impact
    Post time: Oct-13-2018

    If you thought cigarettes only killed people, think again. There’s a few hard and fast facts not everyone knows: · 1 in 2 smokers will die from their habit ·  There isn’t a single organ in your body that smoking doesn’t damage ·  Smoke-related diseases cost the NHS a whopping £11 billion a year ...Read more »

  • Nicotine Patches’ Inventor Disagrees with Current Demonization of E-Cigs
    Post time: Oct-11-2018

    Following alarming media reports and public pressure, the FDA has been cracking down on Juul and teen vaping. Last September, the agency issued more than 1,000 warning letters to U.S. retailers and manufacturers of e-cigarettes, amongst which Juul, in what the agency called “the largest coordina...Read more »

  • California Governor Rejects Vaping Ban For Third Year in a Row
    Post time: Oct-10-2018

    Three proposed bills passed by state legislators would have imposed $25 fines on the use of tobacco, marijuana and e-cigarettes at parks and beaches across the state of California. The promoters of this bill cited wildfire and public health concerns as reasons for wanting to implement such a ban...Read more »

  • The business of vaping
    Post time: Oct-09-2018

    E-cigarette use is experiencing rapid growth all over the world. Manufacturers market vape products, as an attractive alternative to traditional cigarette smoking. Its common knowledge that tobacco use ruins your health. Lung cancer, emphysema, and cardiovascular disease are the leading causes o...Read more »

  • Smoking still the problem – not vaping
    Post time: Sep-30-2018

    As of May 23, 2018, when the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act received royal assent, it became federally illegal to furnish or deliver vaping products to any person in Canada under the age of 18 (TVPA Part II, Sect. 8, Sect. 9). Reports and complaints can be filed with the Tobacco Control Directo...Read more »

  • Is Vaping Just a Short-term Fad?
    Post time: Sep-28-2018

    It’s hard to ignore all the commotion around vaping these last years. All you have to do is check the news to find articles like this https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-24/u-k-to-launch-inquiry-into-e-cigarettes-amid-boom-in-vaping everywhere. Although it seems like the devices have...Read more »

  • The Vaping Industry Must Learn 2 Words
    Post time: Sep-27-2018

    The Vape community has certainly had to endure it’s fair share of frustration, however, there is another type of burden vapers must endure, and that is a lack of adhesion and coalesce. Perhaps a far more damaging feature to this Vapor-Prohibition era by the U.S. anti-vape establishment’s time of...Read more »

  • UK: Only One in 10 People Will Smoke by 2023, says PHE
    Post time: Sep-27-2018

    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 14.9% of the population. That’s down from a 15.5% rate in 2016 and 19.8% in 2011. Based on these data, the PHE has predicted that in five years ...Read more »

  • Australia Finally Agrees to Studying Health Impact of E-Cigs
    Post time: Sep-26-2018

    Liberal party MPs have been efforting to overturn the current e-cigarette ban. In Australia the devices are legal, but the use of nicotine-containing refills is not. In August 2016, several public health activists, amongst which the New Nicotine Alliance (NNA), had submitted proposals to local r...Read more »

  • Chicago May Double Taxes on Vaping Products
    Post time: Sep-25-2018

    The proposed policy was introduced by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and is designed to reduce the use of e-cigarettes amongst young people. Last Wednesday, officials at the Chicago Department of Health were joined by the Chicago Public Schools Chief Health Officer Kenneth Fox and public health advocates a...Read more »

  • Vaping is Tobacco Control
    Post time: Sep-21-2018

    Vape products are indeed harm reduction tools used to defend against combustible tobacco cigarettes. Therefore, since this is the case, the argument can be made that vaping is also a form of tobacco control.   Numbers Don’t Lie, People Do In the U.S., we have been witness to some of the mos...Read more »

  • Oakley CA Will Not Ban Flavoured E-Liquids
    Post time: Sep-19-2018

    Flavour bans are spreading swiftly across the state of California. Starting from San Francisco, Oakland and Richmond, next on the list are Sacramento and Los Angeles. However, in what will be considered a minor victory for public health, the council members of Oakley City have agreed that while ...Read more »

  • The Number of Vapers in Britain Tops 3 Million
    Post time: Sep-18-2018

    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 are attempting to quit. The public health charity organization, said that this survey of 12,000 British adults, indicates that most smokers are aware tha...Read more »

  • Harm Reduction Expert: The Positive Impact of Vaping Being Ignored
    Post time: Sep-17-2018

    In a post on his blog page Tobacco Truth, Professor of Medicine at the University of Louisville, and endowed chair in tobacco harm reduction research Brad Rodu, discussed a recent tweet by the Anti-Tobacco Truth Initiative. The organization discussed the significant decline in smoking rates amon...Read more »

  • The Impact of Source Credibility on E-Cigarette Attitudes
    Post time: Sep-14-2018

    The study published on the journal Health Communication, analyzed data from the 2015 Health Information National Trends Survey-FDA (HINTS-FDA), to assess the levels of trust in different sources, according to e-cigarette user status. The researchers aimed to determine such associations by lookin...Read more »

  • Ex-Smokers Who Quit Vaping Are Likely to Relapse Back to Smoking
    Post time: Sep-13-2018

    The study was conducted by the Institute of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Geneva in Switzerland, and published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research. The researcher used an online survey of 3868 regular vapers, to assess the change in vaping and smoking behaviour...Read more »

  • US Study Looking at the Links Between Socioeconomic Disparities and E-Cig Use
    Post time: Sep-12-2018

    The study titled Socioeconomic Disparities in Electronic Cigarette Use and Transitions from Smoking, was published in the journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research last June. The researchers analysed ever-smokers to test differences in transitions from smoking to exclusive e-cigarette use, as well a...Read more »

  • Will the UAE Reverse Its Vape Ban?
    Post time: Sep-05-2018

    While the most powerful countries in the region have banned vaping, at least one Persian Gulf country may change its stance on vapes. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has begun an assessment of its ban on e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco products. A government agency known as the Emirates Au...Read more »

  • Philippines Legislature Backs Vaping
    Post time: Aug-31-2018

    In a surprising move, the Philippines House of Representatives is urging that vaping be included in the country’s tobacco control strategy. The legislative body issued a resolution asking the health department to promote tobacco harm reduction. The resolution, authored by Reps. Anthony Bravo and...Read more »

  • Eliminate Vaping Restrictions, Urges U.K. Parliament Committee
    Post time: Aug-31-2018

    A committee of the U.K. Parliament has issued a report endorsing the promotion of e-cigarettes to smokers, and calling for review of some vaping products restrictions. The report also rejects the idea that vaping acts as a gateway to smoking among British youth. The committee concludes that ...Read more »

  • U.S. Study: Majority of E-Cigarette Users are Current Smokers
    Post time: Aug-30-2018

    The study which was published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, indicated that one in three e-cigarette users are vaping daily, and that smokers are more likely to vape. “Electronic cigarette use is also closely associated with other high-risk behaviors,” said senior study author Dr. M...Read more »

  • Sri Lanka: Over 100 towns Boycotted Cigarette Sales
    Post time: Aug-29-2018

    Sri Lanka’s Public Health Inspectors Union launched several educational programmes across the country, with the aim of informing locals about the negative effects of smoking, and as a result, shop owners and businessmen in many towns have decided to stop selling cigarettes. Currently, 107 towns ...Read more »

  • FEELLiFE nicotine salt e-liquid is expected to hit the market!
    Post time: Aug-28-2018

    Nowadays, Nicotine salt as a new trend, increasingly becomes popular and quickly occupies the e-liquid market. At the same time, Feellife, one of the most famous and influential e-liquid manufacturers, develops 5 fabulous e-liquid flavors added nicotine salt, and they’re all TPD registered. Dess...Read more »

  • Tariffs On Chinese Vape Products Begin Today
    Post time: Aug-25-2018

                            American vapers and the industry that provides their vaping gear are being squeezed on multiple fronts. In addition to the daily news stories featuring politicians demonizing JUUL, and impending FDA restrictions ...Read more »

  • The Philippines Passes a Resolution Recommending E-Cigs for Harm Reduction
    Post time: Aug-24-2018

                            The lawmakers refer to the success obtained in the UK following the endorsement of e-cigarettes as cessation tools, and mentioned the renowned reports by Public Health England (PHE) and the Royal College of Physi...Read more »

  • US University Receives Grant to Study How E-Cig Laws Affect Society
    Post time: Aug-23-2018

                          The aim of this research is to clarify the role of vaping in society and understand the impact it has on both the vaping and non-vaping public. Leading study author Dr. Michael Pesko, will be joined by colleagues from s...Read more »

  • Messages on Cigarette Packs Advising Smokers to Switch to Alternatives
    Post time: Aug-22-2018

                            Last week on the 17th of August, the Commons Science and Technology Committee released a report containing several evidence-based policy proposals for e-cigarettes. These proposals are aimed at tackling the curre...Read more »

  • A UK Government Committee Releases Positive Report on E-Cigs
    Post time: Aug-21-2018

                              Last week on the 17th of August, the Science and Technology Committee released a report containing several evidence-based policy proposals for e-cigarettes. These proposals are aimed at tackling the curren...Read more »

  • Opinion: a vape tax would cost more than what the government thinks
    Post time: Aug-09-2018

                            The UK government is currently considering introducing a sin tax on vape products for the purpose of finding additional resources to fund the NHS. Theresa May’s government is looking to add an additional tax of 5...Read more »