Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the Thursday 1er August 2016 day. (Update the news to 10h52).
UNITED STATES: THE STRANGE AND DIFFICULT FUTURE OF THE E-CIGARETTE INDUSTRY
An article that discusses the future of the e-cigarette industry and warns "Be prepared for the imminent extinction of the market of the vape of the excessive cost caused by regulation". (See the article)
UNITED STATES: CLIVE BATES DEMONSTRATES THE GREEK STUDY PROPOSED BY THE SUN
The study that announced a few days ago that the e-cigarette is as harmful as tobacco for the heart is again damaged. After Konstantinos Farsalinos, it is now Clive Bates who puts the feet in the dish. (See the article)
INDIA: IN PUNJAB, E-CIGARETTE ONLINE HUNTING IS OPEN.
The cybercrime wing of the Punjab Police Health Department has issued warrants against some online vape shops for breaking the drug and cosmetics law by selling e-cigarettes online. (See the article)
CANADA: E-CIGARETTE BANNES PARKS, PLACES OF WORK AND BEACHES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
We had already announced it but the measure takes effect today. Starting this Thursday, the e-cigarette like tobacco is banned from parks, workplaces and beaches in British Columbia. (See the article)
FRANCE: AFNOR HAS CHOSEN ITS LABORATORY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF E-LIQUIDS.
The NF standard for electronic cigarette liquids is under development. Afnor commissioned the Bordeaux laboratory Excell to carry out the analytical audit of e-liquids. (See the article)