We gather weekly the most important Vaping news.
PHARMACY E-CIGARETTE ADS ALLOWED IN ‘SOME CIRCUMSTANCES’
In Australia, pharmacies supplying prescription nicotine e-cigarettes or liquid nicotine may, in some circumstances, be allowed advertise
PROPOSED BAN ON VAPING FLAVOURS WILL PUSH CANADIANS BACK TO SMOKING TRADITIONAL CIGARETTES, ADMITS HEALTH CANADA’s OWN REPORT
In an unprecedented move, Health Canada is proposing a full federal ban on vaping flavours. The ban would take effect in about 180 days, so likely January 1, 2022.
SMOKE SCREENS: VAPING ON FILM LOOKS LESS GLAMOROUS THAN THE HOLLYWOOD SMOKING OF YESTERYEAR
New forms of nicotine consumption are being reflected in popular culture. Is vaping in movies and television merely a case of history repeating or something else entirely?
A MESSAGE TO POLITICIANS AND PUBLIC HEALTH FROM A FORMER SMOKER
The reason I was able to quit smoking was because I tried vaping. I only tried it out of curiosity, because it smelled good and my husband kept talking it up.
BAT’s TOBACCO HEATING PRODUCT REDUCES HARMFUL EXPOSURE: STUDY
BAT Korea unveiled a new study on Monday that showed its tobacco heating product Glo was able to “significantly” reduce harmful exposure to toxic substances.
EXPLORING THE GATEWAY HYPOTHESIS OF E-CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO: A PERSPECTIVE REPLICATION STUDY AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS AND FLANDER
This study replicates a cornerstone study revealing a positive association between both adolescent e-cigarette use and subsequent tobacco use.
STORY OF THE WEEK
THE WHO RISKS BEING LABELLED AN ‘ENEMY OF TOBACCO HARM-REDUCTION’
Tobacco harm reduction groups and vape advocates have been arguing that the World Health Organization’s (WHO) inaccurate and unscientific stance against vaping products, is just damaging its credibility.