We gather weekly the most important Vaping news.
SMOKEFREE AOTEAROA 2025 ACTION PLAN
The Smokefree Aotearoa 2025 Action Plan was launched on Thursday 9 December 2021.
SPANISH GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL SALE AND DISTRIBUTION OF E-CIGARETTES
The Spanish government has taken the decision to control the sale and distribution of e-cigarettes, as there is currently no clear and effective system of control regarding the sale of such nicotine-containing devices.
FIGHTING THE LAST WAR
A new report by Knowledge-Action-Change urges the World Health Organization to embrace safer nicotine products.
‘BIG TOBACCO’ COMPANIES LEAVE LEGACY OF HIGH LGBTQ SMOKING RATES
Smoking is big business in the United States. Almost 250 billion cigarettes are sold every year to smokers, totaling more than $228 billion in sales.However, while smoking rates have fallen significantly in recent decades, disparities remain regarding the LGBTQ+ community.
ELECTRONIC NICOTINE DELIVERY SYSTEMS MAY HELP SOME PEOPLE STOP SMOKING CIGARETTES
Electronic cigarettes with cigarette-like nicotine delivery may help some people stop smoking cigarettes, according to a new study by Penn State College of Medicine and Virginia Commonwealth University researchers.
THE OLD AND FAMILIAR MEETS THE NEW AND UNKNOWN: PATIENT AND CLINICIAN PERCEPTIONS ON E-CIGARETTES FOR SMOKING REDUCTION IN UK GENERAL PRACTICE, A QUALITATIVE INTERVIEW STUDY
In a randomised controlled trial (RCT), primary care clinicians offered free e-cigarettes and encouraged people with chronic diseases who were unwilling to stop smoking to switch to vaping.
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UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO TO HELP CONDUCT $10-MILLION STUDY OF E-CIGARETTES
The University of Waterloo says it will be one of several schools from around the globe taking part in a $10-million study on e-cigarettes and other new nicotine products.