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  • Five tips for a transition to vaping
    Post time: 01-20-2018

    If you’re hoping to quit smoking with as little pain and stress as possible, then you may have heard a lot of good things about vaping. Since official studies gave vaping the go-ahead and proved it safer than smoking cigarettes in terms of cancer and heart disease risk, this popular form of nico...Read more »

  • Vaping Effects On Health
    Post time: 01-18-2018

    In a recent clinical trial the health experts have discovered that vaping does not have any adverse effects on health. Around 200 chain smokers volunteered and started using vape or the e-cigarette for about 24 months while their lung functioning was being monitored and nicotine & tobacco co...Read more »

  • US FDA: Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting
    Post time: 01-15-2018

    During a press release in December 2016, Philip Morris International (PMI) had announced that it submitted a Modified Risk Tobacco Product (MRTP), application with the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products for its Heat Not Burn device, iQOS. The iQOS device, is a Heat not Burn (HnB) smokeless altern...Read more »

  • The Debate Around Smoking Continues
    Post time: 01-11-2018

    It’s common knowledge that smoking is dangerous. The breadth of the damage caused by smoking is far-reaching, with the health hazards a topic of debate for decades. Globally, it accounts for the largest avoidable cause of death, with over 7 million mortalities reported annually. With statistics ...Read more »

  • Public Health England launches Pro-Vaping Campaign
    Post time: 01-11-2018

    The PHE is renowned for being actively involved in campaigning for the use of e-cigarettes as smoking cessation tools. In fact following the release of a 2016 study indicating that vaping is at least 95% than smoking, the organization had even issued guidelines for employers urging them to suppo...Read more »

  • More data indicating that smokers switching to e-cigs are more likely to quit
    Post time: 01-08-2018

    “Combustible cigarettes are the most harmful form of nicotine delivery. Alternative delivery of nicotine, through e-cigarettes, could significantly reduce harm and the risks of cancer and other diseases to smokers,” said study author Matthew Carpenter, Ph.D., a tobacco control and addiction expe...Read more »

  • Experts’ predictions for the vaping industry in 2018
    Post time: 01-05-2018

    “Vaping will continue its rise and smoking will continue its accelerated decline. This is how we win,” said renowned public health expert Clive Bates, while Adjunct Professor at Faculty of Law from the University of Ottawa David Sweanor said that further innovation will continue to expand the ma...Read more »

  • Vaporizer Market to Register Steady Growth During ‘2025’
    Post time: 01-02-2018

    The vaporizer market has seen tremendous growth in the last few years, growing into a market of a few billions dollar. A vaporizer is used to carry out vaping. Vaping is an act of inhaling and exhaling the water vapour that is produced by an electric device like a vaporizer or an e-cigarette. Th...Read more »

  • FDA launches ANPRM pertaining to e-liquid flavours
    Post time: 12-26-2017

    “Trouble ahead: @FDATobacco (which fundamentally does not understand vaping) sends its plans for a war on so-called ‘kid-appealing’ #vape flavors to for regulatory approval. Working through the system and will be out soon…” read a tweet by harm reduction activist Clive Bates. The US Food and Dru...Read more »

  • The FDA’s main policy plans for 2018
    Post time: 12-19-2017

    The Commissioner started by pointing out that besides regulating products to ensure safety, the agency’s responsibility includes “efficiently advancing innovations and therapies that improve patient care, enhance choice and provide competition; by aggressively taking action against serious threa...Read more »

  • US Study: E-cigarettes most effective smoking cessation aids
    Post time: 12-18-2017

    Lead study author, Brad Rodu, a Professor of Medicine at the University of Louisville, endowed chair in tobacco harm reduction research, and member of the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at U of L, and his colleague Nantaporn Plurphanswat, analyzed data from the Population Assessment of Tobacco...Read more »

  • FDA launches public education campaign to promote smoking cessation
    Post time: 12-16-2017

    Last August, the FDA announced a major shakeup to the agency’s policy on e-cigarettes which amongst other things includes the de-nicotinization of cigarettes, and a PMTA deadline delay. Then yesterday, on Monday the 11th of December, the agency announced the “Every Try Counts”. A campaign target...Read more »

  • A vaping policies’ expert opinion on regulating e-cigs as tobacco products
    Post time: 12-11-2017

    A number of states and localities have raised the legal age to purchase tobacco products and electronic cigarettes from 18 to 21, while many others are considering such a legislation. Proponents of this motion say that such legislations will diminish smoking rates among young people, “but there ...Read more »

  • Authorities should release ‘Corrective Statements’ on Vaping
    Post time: 12-08-2017

    As of last month, prime-time tv in the US has been featuring court-mandated adverts against smoking. These segments will be funded by Altria group which owns Philip Morris USA, and British American Tobacco PLC., and come as a result of a lawsuit against the companies. In the court case which was...Read more »

  • Rep. Hunter accused of ethics violation for vape connections
    Post time: 12-07-2017

    A political group has accused California Congressman Duncan Hunter of being too close to the vaping industry, and asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate Hunter. The American Democracy Legal Fund (ADLF) — an organization founded by Hillary Clinton supporter David Brock — sent a ...Read more »

  • Ontario study: 31% of cigarettes smoked in 2017 were contraband
    Post time: 12-06-2017

    To conduct this study, researchers analyzed over 18,000 cigarette butts found across Ontario to determine how many were obtained illegally. The results indicated that more smuggled cigarettes were smoked this year than in the last four years. The president of the Ontario Convenience Store Associ...Read more »

  • Long-term vaping causes no negative health issues [new study]
    Post time: 12-05-2017

    A unique study shows that non-smoking vapers experience no apparent long-term negative health effects from vaping. The study was presented at the E-Cigarette Summit in London (U.K.) on Nov. 17, and published in the journal Nature. A team of researchers from the University of Catania (Italy) and ...Read more »

  • US study: Majority of smokers are unhappy about their addiction
    Post time: 12-04-2017

    The study titled “Reassessing the importance of ‘lost pleasure’ associated with smoking cessation: Implications for social welfare and policy,” was published in the journal Tobacco Control. After analyzing data from 1,284 smokers across the US, researchers from the GSU’s Tobacco Center of Regula...Read more »

  • Progress in New Zealand and UK, but Indonesia tells vapers to smoke
    Post time: 12-02-2017

      Kiwi health expert says vaping “key” to cutting smoking rates A leading public health expert in New Zealand has criticised the country’s anti-smoking policies, pointing out that harsh restrictions and eye-watering levels of tax have managed to cut smoking rates by less than 0.5% per year...Read more »

  • US Senator urges FDA to regulate e-cigarettes immediately
    Post time: 12-01-2017

    The Senator who is a member of the Democratic Party, claimed that he is concerned about the increased popularity of e-cigarettes amongst adolescents, and said that a recent study indicates that 20%of New York’s kids are using the devices. The infamous FDA deeming rule which had come into effect ...Read more »

  • New CDC Data: More Than 9 Million Adults Vape Regularly in the United States
    Post time: 11-30-2017

    A recently released report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that in 2014, 3.7 percent of American adults used electronic cigarettes or vapor products on a regular basis. That figure represents more than 9 million adult consumers, according to the U.S. Census Bureau....Read more »

  • The Big Vape Lobby strikes again
    Post time: 11-29-2017

    The hook for Gross’s article was how badly the E-Cig Summit audience treated one of the speakers, and how this shows that “Big Vape is copying Big Tobacco’s playbook”. Frankly, it was an alarming read, and of course it’s being held up as evidence that vaping is just the next campaign in the long...Read more »

  • New York: Vaping is now officially banned in indoor spaces
    Post time: 11-28-2017

    Last June, lawmakers in Albany voted to add vaping products to the state Clean Indoor Air Act, hence banning the devices from places where cigarettes are already banned, such as bars and restaurants. After four months, on the 23rd of October, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed a bill passing this ban i...Read more »

  • UK survey: Majority of teen smokers obtain tobacco illegally
    Post time: 11-27-2017

    Approximately 55% of adolescent smokers aged 14 and 15, said they purchase illegal tobacco from shops or “tab houses”, whilst 73% pointed out that at some point or other, they have been offered illegal tobacco. These survey results were released as Fresh, a dedicated tobacco control program set ...Read more »

  • Indonesia implements harsh restrictions on e-liquid imports
    Post time: 11-24-2017

    “Yes, we’ll catch them (if they’re still importing), so that electric smokers will be changed into regular smokers,” said Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita, as quoted by local news site Kompas. Only last month, the coordinating minister of economics for Indonesia Darmin Nasution, said that t...Read more »

  • Vaping without nicotine: who’s doing it?
    Post time: 11-23-2017

    Vaping is vaping, whether you’re doing it with or without nicotine. In fact, one of the most important things about vaping has always been the vaper’s ability to precisely control their nicotine. If you’re smoking cigarettes, the only way to reduce the nicotine is to smoke less. But because you...Read more »

  • UK MPs urge government to combat misinformation on vaping research
    Post time: 11-22-2017

    A cross-party group of MPs and members of the House of Lords have released the report, ‘State of the Vaping Nation’ at a reception in the Houses of Parliament which took place yesterday on the 20th of November. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for e-cigarettes, was formed with the aim of...Read more »

  • FDA extends its youth anti-smoking campaign to include e-cigs
    Post time: 11-21-2017

    Last August FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb, said that the agency’s new tobacco plan supports product innovation so that smokers can obtain the nicotine they crave, without the added carcinogens derived from the combustion of tobacco. “We’ve opened up a pathway to new product innovations tha...Read more »

  • Mental health patients who smoke, should have access to e-cigs
    Post time: 11-20-2017

    In a statement titled, ‘Why smoking and mental health matters’, the Mental Health & Smoking Partnership pointed out that since smoking retains a strong presence in mental health settings, e-cigarettes and other harm reduction tools should be made easily available in such contexts. Co-chair o...Read more »

  • UK councils still imposing vaping bans, as Australian experts fight to modernise attitudes
    Post time: 11-18-2017

      Freedom To Vape report makes depressing reading for Brits Libertarian advocacy group The Freedom Association released its latest report into how British local councils are treating vapers this week, and the results paint an alarming picture. Despite the relatively positive approach to va...Read more »

  • AHA study: E-cig users more likely to be former smokers
    Post time: 11-17-2017

    Presented at the AHA’s Scientific Sessions 2017, a global exchange of the latest advances in cardiovascular science for researchers and clinicians, the research indicates that when compared to other tobacco users, vapers are more likely to be current or former cigarette smokers. Additionally, fo...Read more »

  • Australian experts: The sooner e-cigs are legalized, the more lives saved
    Post time: 11-16-2017

    Last Monday, health professionals gathered at the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs Conference in Melbourne. Queen Mary University professor Hayden McRobbie, gave a keynote speech in which he pointed out that the sooner Australia changes its stance on e-cigarettes, the...Read more »

  • More evidence of vaping benefits, but prohibitionists press on
    Post time: 11-14-2017

      US vapers “save $1,400 per year” An American consumer advisory group has found that smokers who switch to vaping are saving considerable amounts of money. Although this won’t come as a surprise to any but the most gadget-addicted vapers, it provides more confirmation that electronic cigar...Read more »

  • A report looking into England’s smoke-free goal
    Post time: 11-10-2017

    Compiled by Frontier Economics, this report for PMI’s subsidiary Philip Morris Ltd, forecasts that the Government goal for a smoke-free England, equating to a smoking rate of 5% of the population, should be reached by around 2040. Additionally, if smoking rates had to keep dropping at the same r...Read more »

  • Vapers Praise Vaping as their Catalyst to Becoming “Woke”
    Post time: 11-09-2017

    Lately, from conversations with the “everyday” Vaper, it has been confirmed to me by many that their own concern for being engaged as a citizen has largely improved, only since they began vaping. Considering this, I’ve written about how vaping can assist people in many other aspects to reducing ...Read more »

  • Turkey scraps plans to introduce safer tobacco alternatives
    Post time: 11-08-2017

    The decision was announced by the Minister of Finance Naci Ağbal at the Turkish Grand National Assembly Commission on Planning and Budget held in Ankara on 17 October 2017. Present at the press conference were academics and experts who also supported this decision. The WHO is amongst those in fa...Read more »

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