Vaping News

A new study sheds light on another potential benefit of nicotine: a single dose of nicotine can improve a range of cognitive functions in schizophrenia subjects
14.08.2020 by Dave Cross
Malaysia's Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein has apologised for trying to stealth vape in parliament
13.08.2020 by Dave Cross
The Canadian Journal of Anesthesia carries an article explaining that anaesthesiologists should be more concerned about the damage from smoking than the partial risk of vaping to non-smokers
13.08.2020 by Dave Cross
Snus is causing a stir in Finland, provides an unexpected research finding in Sweden, and is the focus of a revolution thanks to Bengt Wiberg
12.08.2020 by Dave Cross
A researcher at the University of Nottingham is teaming for a new $100,000 study into teenage vaping in Canada
12.08.2020 by Dave Cross
The Orthopaedic Institute Pain Management Centre of Western Kentucky has informed its patients that it is going to refuse medication to anyone using any nicotine products
11.08.2020 by Dave Cross
Regulator Watch has been disabled by faceless Facebook administrators; some suspect a coordinated campaign to remove balanced comment
11.08.2020 by Dave Cross
Leading e-liquid manufacturer Flavour Warehouse Ltd., owner of the Vampire Vape brand, has today announced the acquisition of Premier Retail Limited in a deal that will see it expand its UK footprint and cement its position as one of the leading
11.08.2020 by Toby Kilroy
The total ban on vape and tobacco products continues to run in South Africa, but questions are being asked about why and who is benefiting
10.08.2020 by Dave Cross
The government refused to bow to the Local Government Association’s demand to ban smoking and vaping from outdoor areas, but Manchester now follows York
10.08.2020 by Dave Cross
New Zealand’s Parliament has rushed through vaping legislation before the forthcoming General Election, “falling well short” of what was required to ensure a smoke-free nation
07.08.2020 by Dave Cross
The latest questions and debates about vaping, smoking, and tobacco harm reduction from Parliament
07.08.2020 by Dave Cross
America’s Food and Drug Administration has taken steps to close more vape businesses and put people out of work for doing nothing more than offering harm reduction products
06.08.2020 by Dave Cross
There’s “outrage” in Melbourne, Australia, as the council bans vaping from public areas, and a Kiwi vape company embarks on its final ad campaign prior to an impending advertising ban
06.08.2020 by Dave Cross

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