Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 20 Mars 2019. (Update the news at 06h30)
FRANCE: ITS DEGAZE ACCUSED BY ITS KEYS, HIS HAND IS BURNED!
The lino burns a little, but the biggest damage is visible on his jacket, et especially his main left, with which Julien removed the object. In Plougoulm, near Morlaix (Finistère), a young man had a big fright: the battery of his electronic cigarette caught fire in his pocket. Involved once again, the presence of keys in contact with the battery. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: SAN FRANCISCO CONSIDERS BANNING E-CIGARETTE WAITING FOR FDA
Anxious to curb the vape among teenagers, San Francisco officials on Tuesday introduced a bill banning the sale of electronic cigarettes until the federal government regulates them. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: YOUTH BUY E-CIGARETTES IN DRUGSTORES
According to a recent study presented at the American Academy of Health's Behavior 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting. Most teens are more likely to buy their products in drugstores. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: SCOTT GOTTLIEB WANTS TO KEEP PRESSURE ON VAPE INDUSTRIES!
A few weeks before the end of his term in the US Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb does not intend to reduce the pressure that has been put on companies vape. (See the article)
INDIA: DELHI HIGH COURT CONTINUES PROHIBITION OF E-CIGARET
The Delhi High Court upholds the ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes despite the arguments of the chief defender, Sandeep Sethi, who explained that the vaping devices were not like combustible cigarettes and were internationally recognized as a healthier alternative to smoking. (See the article)