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VAP'BREVES: The news of Thursday, November 10, 2016

VAP'BREVES: The news of Thursday, November 10, 2016

Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the day of Thursday 10 November 2016. (Update the news to 12h30).

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INDIA: NIGERIA DELEGATION TO COP7 WOULD BE CORETED BY TOBACCO INDUSTRY


After the expulsion on Monday of the media and the public, opacity reigns over the debates of CoP7 of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (CCLAT - FCTC in English) of the World Health Organization (WHO). In Noida, on the outskirts of the Indian capital Delhi, delegates from 179 countries and the European Union are working on the agenda. (See article)

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CANADA: FEDERAL DATA ON TOBACCO CONSUMPTION.


Today, Statistics Canada released the results of the 2015 Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CTADS). CTADS is a general population survey on tobacco use, alcohol and drugs among Canadians 15 years of age and older, especially among youth aged 15 to 24. Statistics Canada conducted the survey for Health Canada and interviewed over 15 Canadians by telephone, including, for the first time, people who only have cellphones at home. (See article)

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E-CIGARETTE VICTIMS NEW MEDIA AGGRESSIONS


The fight continues, and with him blindness (more or less) voluntary. Today is Le Parisien (Elsa Mati): "The e-cigarette, potentially toxic? ". The question mark does not change anything. (See article)

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UNITED STATES: VAPOTAGE WILL ADVISE YOUTH TO START SMOKING!


Non-smoking teens who test the electronic cigarette are more likely to start smoking compared to those who have never tried vaping. (See article)

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