VAP'BREVES: News on Tuesday 10 April 2018
VAP'BREVES: News on Tuesday 10 April 2018

VAP'BREVES: News on Tuesday 10 April 2018

Vap'Breves offers you your e-cigarette flash news for Tuesday 10 Avril 2018. (Update the news at 07h15.)


NEW ZEALAND: CALL FOR SUPPORT FOR VAPOTAGE!


According to new research, government-funded tobacco control services will have less and less interest if they refuse to help those who want to try vaping. (See the article)


FRANCE: EX-SMOKER MAKES TOBACCO WITH FACEBOOK GROUP


" I do not smoke anymore ! #JNFP "brings together more 11 000 members on the social network Facebook. This group was founded by a resident of Plérin, in Côtes-d'Armor, became a tobacco specialist. It is a private online space, where solidarity for all addicted or ex-tobacco addicts circulates. (See the article)


CANADA: DEATH KILLS SOME TOBACCO GRAMES


In a prison in Bordeaux grappling with a "problem of overcrowding", Michel Barrette was beaten to death by three fellow prisoners for some "unfortunate" grams of tobacco. Severely injured, he remained in his cell for more than two hours until the "representative of the detainees committee", the co-accused Tarik Biji, finally agreed to alert the prison guards. (See the article)


USA: US PRESIDENTS, THESE GREAT ADDICTS OF TOBACCO!


Going up from Bill Clinton's cigar case, Nixon and Ford's pipes, and up to Hoover's chair bars, the story of the Oval Office and its occupants was steeped in thick plumes of smoke. (See the article)

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