Vap'Brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for Monday 16 October 2017. (Update the news to 10h20).
UNITED KINGDOM: E-CIGARETTE IN THE HEART OF THE MONTH WITHOUT TOBACCO
The #Montheless Tobacco started in #England and, for the first time, the #Cigarette was put in the spotlight and officially advocated as a new way to stop smoking [VIDEO]. A new method adopted by the English government which seems to bear fruit. (See the article)
CANADA: EFFECTIVE COUNTER-MARKETING CAMPAIGNS ON YOUNG PEOPLE
Cigarette smoking among high school students, typically aged between 12 and 17, has increased from 25% to 12%, in less than 13 years. This is revealed in a recent study by the National Institute of Public Health. (See the article)
USA: SENATOR CLAIMS REGULATION OF E-CIGARETTE
While pointing to the device "JUUL" which is a cardboard in the United States, Senator Chuck Schumer calls for regulation of the electronic cigarette to limit its use by young people. (See the article)
ALGERIA: TOBACCO CAUSES MORE 13 DIFFERENT CANCERS!
In Algeria, studies report a prevalence of smoking in the range of 20 to 25% with a mean age of consumption of the first cigarette at the age of 12-13 years. (See the article)
CANADA: ENDING THE PROBLEMENT OF TOBACCO'S CONTRABAND
According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, this is a billion-dollar industry in which sprawling organized crime groups thrive. (See the article)