Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for 29 Mars 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 08h45)
FRANCE: HOSPITAL CENTER SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR STUDY ON E-CIGARETTE
Thirteen health facilities are involved in this national project. The Saint-Luc Saint Luc Hospital Center being the only hospital mobilized in the Rhône.
This four-year study plans to include at least 650 people. These volunteers will be accompanied for free for six months by tobacco specialists. (See the article)
CANADA: SMOKING INTO HIS COMPUTER, A BAD IDEA!
Smoking in front of a computer, tablet, smartphone or other blue light source greatly increases the effect of a toxic eye substance in cigarette smoke. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: CHARLIE SHEEN LAUNCHES IN VAPE IN CANNABIS!
Charlie Sheen announced the upcoming release of his own brand of cannabis spray after almost a year of work on the project. Indeed, the former actor My uncle Charlie was fed up with the fact that many brands are making money on his name by selling unofficial products. (See the article)
BAHRAIN: MCLAREN TO PROMOTE VYPE FOR BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX
McLaren will for the first time showcase the brand of British American Tobacco's Vype electronic cigarette product at the Bahrain Grand Prix. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: SENATOR PROPOSES 30% OF TAXES ON VAPE IN NEVADA
The products of the vape could be taxed as tobacco, at 30% of their wholesale price, according to a bill heard Thursday by a committee. Health advocates said they were trying to reverse the rise in teenage vaping, while store owners said the tax would kill their business. (See the article)