Vaping News

A new organisation has been set up to fight for vaping and tobacco harm reduction across Latin America – the Latin American Network for the Reduction of Damage Associated with Smoking
10.05.2021 by Dave Cross
The Adam Smith Institute releases a report detailing the ‘golden opportunity’ currently being offered and how Global Britain can lead on tobacco harm reduction and save millions of lives
10.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Questions and answers in Parliament about matters related to smoking, vaping, and tobacco harm reduction
07.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Vape-related news roundup from around the globe
07.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Following its submission of the Premarket Tobacco Product Application (PMTA) to the FDA last summer, JUUL Labs focussed on completing a swathe of peer-reviewed research
06.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Vaping is a friend and not a foe to achieving New Zealand’s smoke-free ambition, according to advocate Nancy Loucas
06.05.2021 by Dave Cross
The World Vaper’s Alliance says it is planning a global run/jog/walk for a mile on World Vape Day to demonstrate and celebrate the health benefits of vaping
06.05.2021 by Dave Cross
The Scientific Committee on Health, Environmental and Emerging Risks has published its final opinion about electronic cigarettes and vaping
05.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Got something to say about nicotine? The Global Forum on Nicotine wants to hear from YOU.
04.05.2021 by Dave Cross
The University of East Anglia and the NHS are joining up to run an e-cig trial project described as a “landmark moment for vaping and harm reduction”
04.05.2021 by Dave Cross
Planet of the Vapes hosts an op-ed by Bengt Wiberg, one half of the Snusrevolution podcast
30.04.2021 by Dave Cross
A new research report by Oxford Economics has uncovered the extraordinary success story of vaping and alternative nicotine products in the UK.
30.04.2021 by Dave Cross
Researchers delivered a heavy dose of politeness to Australian “Anti-vaping pensioners” Simon Chapman and Mike Daube for their pitiful “pedantic non-points”
29.04.2021 by Dave Cross
Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos has angrily responded to an “unfair and unsubstantiated” retraction of his research paper examining the relationship between smoking and COVID-19 risk
29.04.2021 by Dave Cross

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