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  • Are E-cigarettes Included in the Public Housing Smoking Ban?

    Are E-cigarettes Included in the Public Housing Smoking Ban?

    From 31 July, tobacco smokers won’t be able to light up in or near public housing, but vaping may still be permitted. It is thought that e-cigarettes will still be allowed in the majority of public housing communities, however, it will probably be banned in places where legislation restricts the use of e-cigarettes in line with combustible cigarettes. In the state of New York, for example, the Smoke-Free Air Act prohibits the use of e-cigarettes in places where smoking is also banned. This includes bars, restaurants, offices, parks and, from the end of this month, public housing. Guidance from the...
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  • More Vaping Ads Please, Say Smokers

    More Vaping Ads Please, Say Smokers

    SMOKERS believe more advertising showing the public health and cost benefits of vaping compared to cigarettes is key in helping them quit, new research reveals. Both smokers and industry experts now want to see a change in advertising rules on TV, radio and print media so information on e-cigarettes can reach those who would benefit most from making the switch. The study published this week by Consumer Intelligence on behalf of the UK Vaping Industry Association (UKVIA) reveals that: • 68% felt that changing current advertising restrictions imposed by the Advertising Standards Agency to allow public health messages to be...
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  • ACS Pro Vaping In Fight Against Tobacco

    ACS Pro Vaping In Fight Against Tobacco

    The American Cancer Society (ACS) has admitted the American public has been misinformed about the dangers of vaping - and is now going to promote it as an alternative to smoking. The leading health organization has set out in a public statement that it is tobacco, not nicotine, which contains the cancer-causing chemicals and carcinogens and states there's an "urgent need" for consumer education about the risks posed by different tobacco products While the ACS had already confirmed vaping was a safer alternative to smoking cigarettes in a report earlier this year, its tougher stance on eradicating the current smoking...
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  • FDA Flavor Ban Site Spammed with 255,000 Fake Comments

    FDA Flavor Ban Site Spammed with 255,000 Fake Comments

    Anti-vaping spammers posted more than a quarter of a million comments on the FDA’s public flavor ban consultation in one weekend last month. It is reported that the online public forum was flooded with 255,000 fake comments in a single weekend, with almost every spam comment asking the FDA to ban e-liquid flavors. FDA sources described these fraudulent comments as “extraordinary” and “unprecedented”, according to Regulator Watch. Internet bots entered the quarter million comments between June 8 and June 11, before the FDA finally located the source of the comments and blocked four IP addresses used by the spammers. Most...
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  • Vape Stores Banned From Vaping!

    Vape Stores Banned From Vaping!

    A NEW law in a US city has made vaping in vape stores illegal. The ban introduced earlier this week in Milwaukee has seen some store owners worried trade will now be affected, as customers are no longer able to try before they buy. City chiefs extended the same rules for smoking cigarettes to vaping on Tuesday (July 10th), meaning it is now forbidden in restaurants, bars, shops and businesses. Any violators will face fines starting at $100. Worried they could see a drop in business, vape shop owners are now asking Milwaukee’s common council for special in-store vaping permits...
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  • Vaping Faces Big Tax Hit In Trump Trade War

    Vaping Faces Big Tax Hit In Trump Trade War

    VAPING is set to be hit hard by a new US government tariff which would see a 25 per cent tax hike on imports from China. The potential impact would not just affect consumers buying over the internet but vape shops across US towns and cities who are already struggling to cope with high taxes on e-cigarettes and vape goods. The new tariff is to come into affect imminently if a trade war, which started on Friday (July 6th), between America and China continues. Earlier this year, President Trump warned he would implement tariffs on $34 billion of Chinese imports...
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  • Vaping Helps 1.6 Million Quit Cigs

    Vaping Helps 1.6 Million Quit Cigs

    VAPING has helped to slash smoking numbers by 1.6 million in six years, an official report has revealed. The impressive new figures show as the number of vape users have risen in Britain, a million and a half tobacco smokers have kicked their deadly habit for good. Experts believe the drop in smokers and rise in e-cigarette users is also due to the UK having a pro-vaping government with its National Health Service encouraging smokers to make the switch to vaping when offering advice on cessation aids. According to the report published by the Office of National Statistics this week...
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  • Nurses Face Punishment For Vaping

    Nurses Face Punishment For Vaping

    A UK healthcare trust has extended its no smoking policy to cover vaping - and has threatened disciplinary action against staff who flout its new rules. The Western Health and Social Care Trust, which is responsible for NHS healthcare in the western half of Northern Ireland, has ignored the latest government guidance and added vapour products to its existing smoking ban. The move, which bans the use of e-cigarettes on any of the trust’s properties, has already upset medical staff – particularly nurses who are the most likely victims of the harsh new policy. Anyone caught using an e-cigarette on...
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  • Ex Smokers Choose Fruit Flavors Over Tobacco

    Ex Smokers Choose Fruit Flavors Over Tobacco

    EX SMOKERS who switched from cigarettes to vaping are more likely to use fruit flavors over tobacco, new research has revealed. While many tobacco smokers initiated e-cigarette use by choosing flavors which mimicked their old habit - namely tobacco or menthol - over time more are switching to fruit, candy, desert or chocolate flavors and haven't returned to cigarettes. The number of first-time vapers choosing non-tobacco flavors to help transition from cigarettes has also rocketed over the past few years. The revealing statistics are being seen by the vaping community as vital in proving to the US government and pressure...
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  • How E-Cigarettes Curbed Riots in UK Prisons

    How E-Cigarettes Curbed Riots in UK Prisons

    Vaping popularity has skyrocketed in UK prisons, with more than 65,000 device and e-liquid sales each week. It is estimated that 33,000 prisoners now get their nicotine fix from e-cigarettes after the Ministry of Justice permitted inmates to vape in their cells. Vaping is seen as something of a compromise for prisoners after the government banned smoking last year. This ban led to a sharp increase in the number of mini riots and incidents of violence in prisons. A Prison Service spokesperson told the Metro newspaper: "All closed prisons in England and Wales are now smoke free reducing the risk of...
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