Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Monday 2 September 2019 day. (Update the news at 09h51)
UNITED STATES: A GROWING CONCERN OVER THE E-CIGARETTE
Cases of pulmonary problems have been increasing for several weeks in the country. But according to the first elements, it is a misuse of the electronic cigarette that could explain them. (See article)
UNITED STATES: JUUL LABS CEO RECOMMENDS NON-SMOKERS NOT TO USE E-CIGARETTE
Kevin Burns, the founder and CEO of JUUL, recommended in an interview with CBS Morning on Thursday August 29 not to use the electronic cigarettes it markets. " Do not vapot. Do not use JUUL He said. (See article)
FRANCE: HIS E-CIGARETTE EXPLODES, HE THINKS WE'VE BEEN SHOT ON IT!
On Sunday, around 11 h, the gendarmes received a strange phone call. At the end of the handset, a man in a state of astonishment, about forty years old. He explains that he has just been shot in the thigh. The proof ? A beautiful burn under the clothes and a projectile lying on the ground. (See article)
UNITED STATES: FTC PUT THE PRESSURE ON JUUL AGAIN!
The manufacturer of electronic cigarettes is suspected by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of having used deceptive marketing methods to target young people. The startup Juul, valued at $ 50 billion, is already under the yoke of two other investigations in the United States. (See article)
UNITED KINGDOM: 25% OF LYCÉANS HAVE ALREADY USED THE E-CIGARETTE!
According to a National Health Service survey released on Tuesday, e-cigarette use among school-aged children in Britain has remained stable over the past two years, with a quarter of students having used the devices. (See article)
FRANCE: THE SMALL VAPOTIZER CANDIDATE AT ENTREPRENEUR AWARD EY!
With overall turnover growth of 53% for 2018, Le Petit Vapoteur, a company specializing in the sale of electronic cigarettes and liquids born in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin has a bright future ahead of it. The company is a candidate for the EY Ouest Entrepreneur Award, the list of which will be unveiled on September 30, in Nantes. (See article)
CANADA: TOWARDS A REGULATION OF VAPOTAGE IN SASKATCHEWAN?
Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reiter says the government could introduce a bill in October to regulate the use of electronic cigarettes in the province. (See article)
CANADA: ADVERTISING RESTRICTIONS NECESSARY TO LIMIT VAPOTAGE OF YOUNG PEOPLE?
The popularity of vaping is increasing. One in six young Canadians is now using e-cigarettes, according to a new study from the University of Waterloo in Ontario. This popularity seems to be fueled by advertising in the shops and on television, and they must now be much more strictly regulated in the opinion of the experts. (See article)