Vaping News

The "Build Back Better" nicotine tax will hurt Democrats in 2022, according to the American Vaping Association
26.11.2021 by Dave Cross
The United States Congress is proposing to place “a gargantuan tax” on vaping, but government funded research shows this would cause “significant harm”
25.11.2021 by Dave Cross
New research from the University of East Anglia says there is no evidence to support claims that flavoured e-liquids encourage teens to take up vaping
25.11.2021 by Dave Cross
Philip Morris International has applauded the U.K. Government’s announcement to clear up medicalised vape products so prescribed ecigs can help it achieve its Smoke-Free 2030 ambition
24.11.2021 by Dave Cross
Unpublished research that was presented to the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2021 has been roundly criticised, and the press release has been pulled
24.11.2021 by Dave Cross
There is just one week to go for people to apply to be part of Knowledge•Action•Change’s 2022-23 Tobacco Harm Reduction Scholarship Programme
23.11.2021 by Dave Cross
With the international tobacco control conference COP9 now over, tobacco harm reduction advocates have handed out their ‘Good COP, Bad COP’ awards
23.11.2021 by Dave Cross
The Netherlands has announced a ban on tobacco-free nicotine pouches containing 0.035 milligrams or more of nicotine
22.11.2021 by Dave Cross
Parliament focusses its attention on the use of vaping for tobacco harm reduction and looks at actions overseas
22.11.2021 by Dave Cross
The European Tobacco Harm Reduction Advocates (ETHRA) writes to the BECA committee to oppose the banning of e-liquid flavours in the European Union
19.11.2021 by Dave Cross

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