Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for the 7 June 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 10h15)
UNITED STATES: E-CIGARETTE, A DELIBERATE EFFECT ON HEALTH?
A new study seems to show a deleterious effect of the electronic cigarette on the cardiovascular plan. A reminder of its risk / benefit ratio still uncertain. (See the article)
SWITZERLAND: THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY IS PREPARING THE AFTER CIGARETTE!
The dangers of smoking and tobacco are no longer to be proven. After years of denial and the fight for influence to defend cigarettes, tobacco companies have come to the obvious: to survive, their business model must evolve and they must promote less harmful alternatives to smoking. Electronic cigarette, tobacco to heat, and even Snus: overview of a changing market. (See the article)
SWITZERLAND: COUNTRY WILL NOT AGAINST FRAUD!
The proposed new legislation on tobacco products does not provide for a system of cigarette traceability comparable to that advocated by the World Health Organization. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE CLOPINETTE SIGN SHOWS A NEW IMAGE!
Clopinette, the network of stores dedicated to vaping enthusiasts, offers a brand new visual identity by launching a new store concept. The redesign of the shops therefore implies a warmer atmosphere with notably darker colors and more marked lighting. Also, the brand rethinks its layout for a more adequate customer experience and opts for a custom wall covering and a wallpaper created specifically for Clopinette. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: NICOTINE DE LA VAPE SEEMS TO ALTER MUCUS'S CLARITY!
According to a new study published online in the American Thoracic Society, nicotine present in e-liquids for e-cigarettes appears to alter the clearance of mucus. (See the article)
USA: ALABAMA PROHIBITS E-CIGARET AT LESS THAN 19 YEARS!
Alabama's new laws ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. Governor Kay Ivey hosted a signing ceremony for eight bills, including legislation to regulate the sale of vaping products and prohibiting sales to anyone under the age of 19. (See the article)