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CHINA TO STRENGHTEN SUPERVISION ON E-CIGARETTES, NEW TOBACCO PRODUCTS; SHARE OF E-VAPOR COMPANY HIT
Chinese regulations on tobacco management are to be revised in order to strengthen supervision and administration of e-cigarettes and other new tobacco products.
VAPERS’ ALLIANCE: THE IMPORTANCE OF INCLUDING VAPES IN EU CANCER SCHEME
Michael Landl, director of the World Vapers’ Alliance (WVA), had said that it is time new tobacco harm reduction approaches are endorsed.
E-CIGARETTES VS TOBACCO AND WHAT ANTI-VAPERS ARE GETTING WRONG
With the Covid-19 scourge receding, you can expect that various pressure groups and public health officials will renew their wrongful war against e-cigarettes.
TO ADDRESS YOUTH E-CIGARETTE USE, WE MUST RELY ON DATA
Addressing youth use of any age-restricted product is laudable, but it should not come at the expense of adult users of such products.
ACUTE EXPOSURE OF LUNG TISSUE TO VAPE AEROSOL HAS LESSER IMPACT ON GENE EXPRESSION THAN CIGARETTE SMOKE
A new peer-reviewed study published in the journal Toxicological Research & Application shows acute exposure of a 3D human bronchial tissue model to e-cigarette aerosol has minimal impact on gene expression compared to smoke from combustible cigarettes.
STUDY SHOWS HOW MUCH VAPES CAN HELP SMOKERS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA
A groundbreaking study from Italy with adults who have schizophrenia spectrum disorders found that using JUUL vapes helped some 40 percent of participants to stop smoking traditional cigarettes by the end of 12 weeks.
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ANTI-SMOKING HOTLINE SEES BIGGEST DECREASE IN A DECADE AMID COVID-19
“I have a feeling it may have had a positive effect on teen vaping, but a negative effect for adult smoking,” said Dr. Nancy Rigotti of Harvard Medical School.