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Ireland hopes to use vaping to help reduce public health spending

Ireland hopes to use vaping to help reduce public health spending

In an effort to reduce the amount of government spending on smoking cessation, the Health Service Executive in Ireland plans to rewrite the guidelines associated with combating nicotine addiction. After Dublin’s Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) released...
New study from UCL reinforces long-term benefits of vaping

New study from UCL reinforces long-term benefits of vaping

The first study regarding the long-term effects of vaping versus traditional cigarettes for ex-smokers has been conducted by University College London (UCL) – concluding that e-cigarettes are indeed much safer than their combustible counterparts. From the early days...
Vaping is a ‘cost-effective way to quit smoking’ in Ireland

Vaping is a ‘cost-effective way to quit smoking’ in Ireland

ShareAccording to new research carried out by Dublin’s Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa), it has emerged that e-cigarettes are a ‘cost-effective’ way for smokers to quit. While adding the caveat regarding the lack of research into the long-term effects...
Health experts: Hospital trusts in Scotland should permit vaping

Health experts: Hospital trusts in Scotland should permit vaping

Experts believe that e-cigarettes, which are currently banned in a large number of hospital grounds across Scotland, should be allowed. The popularity of e-cigarettes in the UK has sky-rocketed in recent years as more and more smokers use them as a cessation device....
New Nicotine Alliance wins right to support snus legalisation

New Nicotine Alliance wins right to support snus legalisation

The New Nicotine Alliance has been granted the opportunity brought by manufacturers Swedish Match to challenge the EU and UK ban on the smoking cessation product named ‘snus’. Introduced in the early 18th century, snus is an alternative to combustible tobacco and has...
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