Vaping News

Canadian group RightOnCanada is way off the mark as it attacks the Foundation for a Smoke Free World
12.03.2021 by Dave Cross
Researchers look at how consumers view reduced harm nicotine products and how that impacts their willingness to switch as America sees honest snus claims mailed to households
12.03.2021 by Dave Cross
The World Health Organization has released another poor document, looking at women and tobacco, timing it for International Women’s Day
12.03.2021 by Dave Cross
Another research paper has demonstrated that vaping works as well if not better than traditional smoking cessation aids
10.03.2021 by Dave Cross
Yorkshire Cancer Research are using National No Smoking Day to educate people about ecig myths and has produced a film demystifying vaping
10.03.2021 by Dave Cross
E-liquids.com are celebrating Women's Month in style whilst also raising money for a fantastic cause!
09.03.2021 by Michelle (Purplefowler)
Vaping Industry condemns US ‘Vape Mail’ ban as UK businesses feel shipping fallout
09.03.2021 by Dave Cross
The second Voices 4 Vape e-conference will take place on 21 March discussing “the highly restrictive, disproportionate regulations and bans that continue to be imposed on safer products”
09.03.2021 by Dave Cross
Leading age and identity verification technology provider 1account makes heavyweight appointments to support its ambitious plans in the vaping sector
08.03.2021 by Dave Cross
VPZ is seeking signatures to support its demand calling for stronger support for specialist vape stores from the British government and the devolved administrations during lockdown
08.03.2021 by Dave Cross
Every smoker currently having to quarantine in a hotel due to the COVID-19 rules should be able to access vape products, says consumer group The World Vapers’ Alliance
05.03.2021 by Dave Cross
The Ministry of Health has dismissed a petition signed by 17,357 Kiwis prompting a call to government docs to follow the evidence
05.03.2021 by Dave Cross
While Britain got so much right, the rest of the world appears locked in to getting it wrong. Are they acting out of malicious intent or unwitting ignorance of the consequences?
05.03.2021 by Dave Cross
The Bureau for Investigative Journalism is creating another song and a dance, this time over British American Tobacco’s sponsorship of a music festival
04.03.2021 by Dave Cross

Pages