Vaping News

Researchers at the Duke University School of Medicine in North Carolina have repeated errors they made in 2019 to claim vapers are inhaling dangerous levels of a substance
25.05.2022 by Dave Cross
Knowledge·Action·Change has spoken about the launch of its latest in a series of Briefing Papers as part of the Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction project
25.05.2022 by Dave Cross
American researchers publish a paper claiming that vaping places additional costs on healthcare services, it has been criticised by independent harm reduction experts
24.05.2022 by Dave Cross
Australia has rejected the old administration and voted in a new government - which must end anti-vaping hysteria, says CAPHRA
24.05.2022 by Dave Cross
The EU Commissions' misguided attacks on vaping continue, says the Director of the World Vapers’ Alliance
23.05.2022 by Dave Cross
Consumers’ vaping experience is often dictated by legal limits on products, says analysis company ECigIntelligence
23.05.2022 by Dave Cross
University College London research looked at smoking cessation policies and practice in homeless support centres and is very supportive of electronic cigarettes
20.05.2022 by Dave Cross
Today, Friday 20 May, sees the launch of the latest Global State of Tobacco Harm Reduction (GSTHR) Briefing Paper, ‘What is Tobacco Harm Reduction?’
20.05.2022 by Dave Cross
The UK Association of Directors of Public Health has spoken about the Government’s announced goal of making England Smokefree by 2030
19.05.2022 by Dave Cross
The government’s vape review being conducted by Javid Khan is due for release on the 25th and promises to be very supportive of ecigs and tobacco harm reduction
19.05.2022 by Dave Cross

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