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E-cigarettes can help eliminate smoking in 30 years: Research

“If product quality and diversity continue to increase, and costs continue to fall, within 20 years vaping could cut smoking rates by 50 percent or more. In 30 years, vaping might eliminate smoking altogether,” according to a working paper by Reason Foun
Indian Express (in)
added Aug 24, 2016 13:53

[Asia, India] Vapers claim e-cigarette ban not based on any study, cite RTI reply

Members of the city's vaping community, mostly young techies, have taken the Right to Information (RTI) route to debunk the government's claim that the ban was based on scientific studies. The RTI reply they received from the Tobacco Control Division of t
Times of India
added Aug 9, 2016 17:07

[Asia-pacific, Europe, Malaysia, Poland] Confusion still reigns over e-cigs

th Malaysia expected to table it’s vape laws soon, Sunday Star headed to Warsaw, Poland, for the recent Global Forum on Nicotine 2016, to see what’s happening globally....We spoke to industry reps and NGOs at the Global Forum on Nicotine 2016 held in War
The Star (my)
added Jul 25, 2016 15:18

[Florida] Lawsuit: Being “Natural” Makes Cigarettes Better?

As a result, the complaint states, purchasers of American Spirits paid a premium for cigarettes that are no healthier than other lower-cost cigarettes. In other words, you are just as likely to become ill from smoking American Spirit Cigarettes as any oth (Online Legal Marketing)
added Jun 7, 2016 19:40

Debate Over E-Cigarettes Heightened After Sweeping FDA Rules

What if the [FDA] crackdown on e-cigarettes actually leads to more smokers? That was one of many concerns raised during Thursday’s vaping forum at the American Enterprise Institute, one of the Washington’s top conservative think tanks. Featuring the s
added Jun 4, 2016 03:55

When 70 Percent Of Cigarette Cost Is Tax, How Can They Be Cheaper Than E-Cigarettes?

If we really want people to stop smoking, the worst idea imaginable is to raise costs on things that are alternatives to smoking. Yet the role of government is primarily to gather wealth and redistribute it based on political goals so higher taxes are th
American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)
added May 9, 2016 23:47

SFATA Issues Statement On FDA's Final Deeming Rule

"As the Royal College of Physicians, one of the world's leading medical associations, recently released its historic report endorsing vaping as a harm reduction option, stating that regulations should not inhibit the development or use of vapor products,
PR Newswire
added May 5, 2016 18:39

[UK] Royal College of Physicians: E-Cigs Should be Promoted ‘as Widely as Possible’

“This is a game changer, just like the 1962 RCP report on the effects of smoking on health,” David Sweanor...told CSP Daily News. “Those with a vested interest against it will speak out against it, but the science has spoken.” Dr. Michael Siegel, a prof
CSP News (Convenience Store/Petroleum)
added Apr 29, 2016 17:13

[UK, USA] E-Cigarettes Can Help Smokers Quit, U.K. Group Declares

In an interview with MedPage Today, American Lung Association public policy spokesperson Erika Sward noted that since e-cigarettes are regulated in Great Britain, but are not yet regulated in the U.S., comparing what is happening in the two countries is
MedPage Today
added Apr 29, 2016 12:10

what we can learn from uk experience with e-cigarette regulation

There's much to be learned from the U.K. experience and perspective if we are to arrive at a balanced approach to regulating e-cigarettes that both protects youth and offers the promise of meaningful harm reduction for current smokers who switch to e-ciga
Truth Initiative (American Legacy Foundation)
added Apr 28, 2016 17:34
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