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VAP'BREVES: The news of Wednesday 22 November 2017
VAP'BREVES: The news of Wednesday 22 November 2017

VAP'BREVES: The news of Wednesday 22 November 2017

Vap'Brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for Wednesday 22 November 2017 day. (Update the news to 09h50).


SWITZERLAND: PROFESSIONALS OF ADDICTIONS WANT TO PROMOTE E-CIGARETTE


Steam is better than smoke, says the federation of addiction professionals. It therefore calls for a reorientation of tobacco policy in Switzerland. The federation is taking advantage of the consultation that will open shortly on the Tobacco Products Act to lay down its requirements. (See the article)


FRANCE: BURALISTS TAKE ADVICE TO TRANSPORT STRASBOURGEOIS


The tobacconists of Bas-Rhin do not disarm. In an "open letter" addressed to the national president of the Confederation of tobacconists in France, they express their "great concern" after the extension of the tram line Strasbourg (line D) to Kehl. (See the article)


FRANCE: BUZYN DECLARES NEVER SPEAKING ABOUT TOBACCO TO CINEMA


This Tuesday on Twitter, the Minister of Health tried to reassure, claiming never to have considered the ban on cigarettes in French films. She wants to take action, but not imminently. (See the article)


SWITZERLAND: VAPOTAGE AS A PREVENTION OF TOBACCO


The federation of addiction professionals believes that vaping should be recognized as a tool to reduce the risks associated with smoking. Debate between Jean-Paul Humair (CIPRET Geneva) and Rainer Kaelin, former vice-president of the Swiss Lung Association. (See the article)


FRANCE: VAPOTAGE MAKES TOBACCO EXCEPT AT WORK


The January 26 2016 Health System Modernization Act banned the use of "e-cigarettes" e-cigarettes, particularly in closed and covered workplaces. The 25 decree of April 2017 which came into force on October 1er 2017 determines the conditions of application of the ban on vaping in certain places of collective use. (See the article)


CANADA: OTTAWA MUST TAX MORE CIGARETTES


A report commissioned by Health Canada recommends a salt increase of more than 17% of cigarette taxes to enable the federal government to achieve its goal of reducing smoking in the country. (See the article)


BELGIUM: AROMAS USED IN E-CIGARETTES WOULD BE NEGATIVE FOR THE HEART


Cinnamon, for example, would prevent the proper functioning of the heart muscle. E-cigarettes are often seen as a healthier alternative to conventional smoking. It seems that vaping is not so good for your health. (See the article)


ITALY: ACCORDING TO STUDY, E-CIGARETTE HAS NO HARMFUL EFFECT ON YOUNG PEOPLE


A new long-term study suggests that e-cigarettes have no negative health effects when used daily by young adults who have never smoked. (See the article)

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