Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 13 June 2019. (Update the news at 07h50)
FRANCE: THE LYCEANS DO NOT FUME MORE, THEY SPAPT!
The number of high school students who smoke is falling sharply in 2018, according to the French Observatory of Drugs and Drug Addiction. Young people, like their elders, try the electronic cigarette, sometimes even before smoking their first classic cigarette. (See the article)
BELGIUM: E-CIGARETTES, DANGEROUS FOR CHILDREN AND ANIMALS?
In 2018, the Anti-poisons center has received 119 calls for intoxications to the electronic cigarette. Warning danger, every other day the Antipoisons Center asks the caller to go to the clinic. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: ROTARY CLUB INTEGRITY WITH ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE
The use of e-cigarettes and e-cigarettes by young people was the subject of a recent Rotary Club Victor-Farmington meeting. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: FDA IMPOSES MORE RESTRICTIVE FRAMEWORK FOR E-CIGARETTE
Until this week, electronic cigarettes were sold without FDA regulation, and manufacturers of these devices were inspired by separate regulations on tobacco products. On Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration finally clarified the situation. (See the article)
MOROCCO: COUNTRIES IN THE MARKET TO PROTECT YOUNG PEOPLE FROM SMOKING
Relying on new technologies to reach more young people: this is the approach of the Maghreb Arab high school in Fez. A team of students and teachers has developed a mobile app for tobacco control. First of its kind, the initiative was supported by the Moroccan association "me and you" which encourages young people to mobilize against the use of drugs. (See the article)