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VAP'BREVES: The news of Friday 20 October 2017
VAP'BREVES: The news of Friday 20 October 2017

VAP'BREVES: The news of Friday 20 October 2017

Vap'Brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for Friday 20 October 2017. (Update the news to 07h20).


CANADA: EXPERTS SUGGEST TO DOUBLE TOBACCO TAXES IN ONTARIO


An expert committee on tobacco control recommends that the Ontario government ban the sale of cigarettes to less than 21 years and double the sales tax on tobacco products in this province where cigarettes are among the cheapest in the country. (See the article)


BELGIUM: WHEN STOP SMOKING COSTS MORE THAN CONTINUE


The proportion of smokers is stabilizing in Belgium but the figures of the Foundation against cancer mask a darker reality. The underprivileged have more and more cigarette shooters in their ranks because sometimes quitting costs more than continuing. (See the article)


CANADA: CANADIAN CONGRESS ON CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH IN OCTOBER


Thousands of cardiac experts from here and around the world will gather at Vancouver to discuss possible strategies to end the impact of heart disease, to showcase the latest research breakthroughs, and to hear about a hundred speakers highlighting the latest innovations in research, prevention, treatment and on recovery. (See the article)


RUSSIA: DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH OFFERS TO EXPAND SMOKING PROHIBITIONS


The Russian Ministry of Health, as part of its new public tobacco control strategy, posted on its website, is proposing to ban e-cigarettes and shisha in cafes and to limit smoking in community apartments. personal vehicles. (See the article)

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