Vap'Brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the 30 May 2017 Tuesday. (Update the news to 12h00).
FRANCE: DAY WITHOUT TOBACCO, THAT THE CENSURE DECREASES ON THE VAPE!
The 31 may, in two days, it will be the world day without tobacco. Everything should be implemented that day to help smokers quit smoking. But since 20 May 2016, encouraging one of the best solutions for them has become totally illegal. (See article)
ICELAND: REJECTION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EUROPEAN TOBACCO DIRECTIVE
This is a great first which obviously comes from a particular country that is already used to not managing its laws in relation to others. The Icelandic parliament has just rejected the project to implement the European directive and this is good news for electronic cigarettes.
FRANCE: SMOKING IS MORE AND MORE A SOCIAL MARKER
The percentage of smokers increased among low-income French people and fell in the high-income population between 2010 and 2016. (See article)
SWITZERLAND: WORLD DAY WITHOUT TOBACCO, VAPOTAGE REDUCES THE RISKS OF 95%
A specialist in tobacco and electronic cigarettes, Geneva professor Jean-François Etter discusses the opportunities and risks associated with these devices, which are slow to overshadow tobacco, ten years after their appearance (See article)
FRANCE: THE LEAGUE AGAINST CANCER HELPS YOU SAY "STOP" TO TOBACCO
31 next May, and if you say "STOP" to tobacco? On the occasion of this day of global mobilization, the League against cancer launches an unprecedented, colorful and dynamic prevention campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of stopping smoking: Want to regain the taste? to lower expenses? to boost fertility? This new campaign aims to raise awareness and motivate smokers to stop smoking. It is also an opportunity for the Cancer League to launch an experiment with self-help groups for stopping smoking. (See article)
FRANCE: FRENCH ALWAYS SPEAK BUT LESS LONG
According to a study by the French public health agency, the number of regular users of electronic cigarettes fell in 2016. (See article)
FRANCE: MORE THAN ONE FRENCH OUT OF THREE STILL SMOKE!
The consumption of cigarettes continues to increase among the most disadvantaged, while it gradually decreases among people with high incomes. (See article)
AUSTRALIA: BURALISTS DEMAND LEGALIZATION OF E-CIGARETTES WITH NICOTINE
An Ipswich tobacconist is hoping that an e-cigarette investigation can align Australia with the rest of the world so that legalization of e-cigarettes with nicotine can take place. (See article)