Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Tuesday 28 May 2019. (Update the news at 10h13)
FRANCE: “E-CIGARETTE, A GOOD WAY TO GET TOBACCO STOP”
As part of the World No Tobacco Day, Bretonneau Hospital is offering an information stand this Tuesday on the pathologies of smokers and how to quit. For pulmonologists, the electronic cigarette is a way to get to weaning. (See article)
CANADA: ST MAURICE SCHOOL DECLARES WAR ON VAPOTAGE!
Supported by the school's management, a dozen students unveiled the details of the Smoke Free School policy on 23 last May. The term "smoke-free" rather than "tobacco-free" is not accidental since it directly targets users of the electronic cigarette, "the tobacco product most consumed by students at the school," says Nathalie Fournier , Assistant Director of the CDS. (See article)
US: E-CIGARETTE AROMAS DAMAGE CARDIOVASCULAR CELLS?
The study, published Monday in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, adds to the "growing body of evidence" that flavored "e-liquids" used in vaping can hinder the ability of human cells to survive and function. (See article)
FRANCE: TOBACCO RESPONSIBLE FOR ONE IN EIGHT DEATHS!
A few days before Tobacco Free Day, the health agency Public Health France published Tuesday May 28 a report on tobacco and mortality in France. Cigarettes would have caused 75.000 deaths in France in 2015 and men are particularly affected. (See article)