Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the day of Friday, June 3, 2016. (News update at 22:32 a.m.)
|FRANCE||TOBACCO KILLS SMOKERS ON TWO!
|Quitting smoking helps prevent lung cancer, cardiovascular or respiratory disease, not to mention the negative effects on the skin, the budget and on the well-being of your loved ones. World No Tobacco Day was an opportunity for some to take a good resolution. (See article).|
|UNITED STATES||MOST E-CIGARETTE STUDIES ARE NOT INTENDED TO QUIT TOBACCO
|According to a study, People looking for informations about the e-cigarette on the internet appear more interested in buying products only by learning risks for health and quitting smoking (See article).|
|FRANCE||THE LESS TOXIC ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE FOR HEALTH
|The electronic cigarette is sometimes decried, especially since the prohibition to advertise it. But despite being considered at the same stage as the traditional cigarette, it is much less toxic to health. (See article).|
|FRANCE||NEUTRAL PACKAGE, SENSITIZATION: LEVERS TO DECREASE TOBACCO
|With the National Tobacco Reduction Program presented in 2014 and implemented under the Health Act, Marisol Touraine, the Minister of Health, aims to pass under the 20% 2024% smoker. A prevention campaign against smoking has been launched and the ministry is using several levers to reduce the number of smokers in France. (See article).|
|CANADA||WITH THE ANTI-SMOKE LAW IN ONTARIO, VAPOTING AREAS ARE DESIGNATED BY PANELS.
|Following the application of the Smoke Free Ontario Act, areas for smokers and for vapers have been installed in certain places belonging to the State. There are smoking areas on one side and vaping areas on the other, the two not being mixed. In the case of medical cannabis, no answer has been provided. (See article).|