Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for the 18 June 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 09h36)
FRANCE: NET REVERSE NUMBER OF LYCEANS SMOKERS!
Good news in public health: tobacco is less and less popular among young people. According to figures recently published by the OFDT (the French Observatory for Drugs and Drug Addiction), the experimentation rate of high school students has indeed fallen from 61% in 2015 to 53% in 2018, a significant decline. Daily consumption has fallen below the 20% mark. (See article)
UNITED STATES: NICOTINE RATE REDUCTION WILL REDUCE BIG TOBACCO BENEFITS
According to analysts at Morgan Stanley, the profits of major US tobacco companies could be halved if the Food and Drug Administration passes regulations limiting "nicotine dosage" within the next 15 years. (See article)
BELGIUM: THE SPECIALIZED SHOPS IN THE CBD DO NOT MAKE RECIPES!
Business for rent ... In Namur, the Green Power brand will undoubtedly be the first to put the key under the doormat. " I liquidate my stock and then I stop, announcement Stéphane Gabrys, the boss of the store. It's hard to keep making a living selling cannabidiol. Green Power will also close its Ciney brand. (See article)
UNITED STATES: 10 MILLION TO FIGHT AGAINST VAPING AMONG YOUTH
In the United States, the use of electronic cigarettes among adolescents is on the rise. To fight against this scourge, the pharmacy chain "CVS Health" is about to invest 10 million dollars. The goal ? Trying to reverse the trend. (See article)
UNITED STATES: SAN FRANCISCO, THE FIRST CITY TO BAN THE SALE OF E-CIGARETTES?
Supervisors in San Francisco are planning on Tuesday to make the city the first in the United States to ban all sales of e-cigarettes in an effort to curb youth vaping. (See article)
CANADA: VAPING IS MAKING A CUT FOR OTTAWA YOUNG PEOPLE!
The number of young vapers in the city of Ottawa has surpassed the number of tobacco smokers. In 2017, 10% of students in the nation's capital used an electronic cigarette, compared to 6% who smoked cigarettes in the past 12 months. (See article)