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New South Wales Bans Vaping in Public Places

New South Wales Bans Vaping in Public Places

Vapers planning the visit New South Wales could face fines of up to $550 if caught using their e-cigarettes in public spaces or on public transport. The new ban brings the state in line with regulations already in place in Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania and ACT. The...
UK MP: E-Cigs Should be Promoted on Cigarette Packs

UK MP: E-Cigs Should be Promoted on Cigarette Packs

UK Pharmacy Minister, Steve Brine has suggested promoting e-cigarettes on cigarette packets. The proposal was put forward by MP Stephen Metcalfe at the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee hearing on e-cigarettes. The session was held on 24th April 2018...
Study: Vaping does not cause teeth staining

Study: Vaping does not cause teeth staining

A study by scientists at British American Tobacco (BAT) has looked into the effects of vaping on teeth. By examining teeth exposed to cigarette smoke over a two-week period and comparing to those exposed to vaping for the same time period, the study showed that vaping...
Greece High Court Upholds Vaping Ban

Greece High Court Upholds Vaping Ban

If you’re planning on visiting Greece for your holiday this year, make sure you know where you can and cannot vape. The highest administrative court in Greece has rejected a petition by the Association of Greek E-Cigarette Businesses to reverse legislation that...
UK Vaping Industry Associated Launches VApril Campaign

UK Vaping Industry Associated Launches VApril Campaign

The first ever UK nationwide vaping awareness and education campaign is being rolled out across the UK. The vaping sector has come together to promote the campaign, organised by the UK Vaping Industry Association and fronted by TV doctor, Christian Jessen. The...
Prison vaping study brings positive results

Prison vaping study brings positive results

An Isle of Man prison has trialled a 6-month pilot scheme involving the use of e-cigarettes as an alternative to traditional cigarettes. The aim of the study was to reduce the risk of danger to inmates when lighting up and smoking ‘illicit materials’ as substitutes...
Food colouring leads to negative Amazon vaping reviews

Food colouring leads to negative Amazon vaping reviews

Confusion over food colouring leaves vapers with a bad taste! A number of vapers have been left disappointed after buying food flavouring on Amazon. Unlucky vapers mistook the clearly labelled food colouring for e-liquid, leading to a series of negative reviews on the...
US Study: Can e-cig adverts encourage smokers to quit?

US Study: Can e-cig adverts encourage smokers to quit?

A group of researchers from Bentley University, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Cornell University and the National Bureau of Economic Research looked at the impact of e-cigarette advertising on the current quitting rate. The study found that...
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