A leading UK public health official has called for more support for people using “the number one quit aid – vaping devices” ahead of the annual “Stoptober” event, urging a rethink of policies in light of the recent re-evaluation of the risks and effectiveness of vaping products. Professor Kevin Fenton, director of Health and Wellbeing at Public Health England made …
The e-cigarette industry is undergoing significant changes. And it stretches beyond the U.S. FDA deeming regulations as well as the EU TPD – although it includes those too.
The U.S.A. government's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is starting to clamp down on American suppliers that imply any kind of FDA approval for e-cig products.
Multiple countries are looking to base e-cigarette regulation off existing laws for tobacco. What effect will this have on the sector?
Vapers are not included in a a new anti-tobacco initiative in the UK town of Bristol. What could this mean for e-cigarettes?
ECigIntellignce manufacturers could make significantly better products if they paid more attention to product design details in all aspects of production.
Mom and pop e-liquid manufacturers may not be ready for the paperwork burden that will come with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) redtape once deeming regulations are implemented.
A row between a public health academic and one of the biggest pro-e-cigarette organisations has highlighted divisions within the sector over how studies and research should proceed.
Be careful what you read. Press offices have been known to take some liberities with research in order to get the juiciest headline possible. A study of e-cigarette use amongst cancer patients is just such a case.
ECigIntelligence.com science expert, Marc Beishon explores the science and study behind a new wave of headlines linking nicotine to cancer.
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