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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Friday 18 October 2019

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Friday 18 October 2019

Vap'News offers you your flash news around the e-cigarette for the 18 October 2019 Friday. (Update the news at 11h04)


USA: LIE E-CIGARETTE STUDY AND INFLAMMATION OF LUNGS!


US researchers at Ohio State University believe that e-cigarettes can cause inflammation of the lungs, even when used for a very short time and without nicotine or added flavors. (See article)


USA: JUUL SUSPENDS THE SALE OF FLAVORED CARTRIDGES!


No more mango, cream, fruit and cucumber aromas. Only “pods” with tobacco, menthol and mint flavors will continue to be sold. On Thursday, the American leader in electronic cigarettes, Juul Labs, announced the suspension of sales of non-menthol flavored refills in the United States, as Donald Trump's government prepares a national ban. (See article)


UNITED KINGDOM: E-CIGARETTE HELPS OVER 60 PEOPLE TO STOP TOBACCO


Published in the journal Addiction, the study was carried out in the United Kingdom by researchers at University College London (UCL), according to which more than 60.000 people from England quit smoking in 2017 thanks to the e-cigarette. (See article)


SWITZERLAND: BASEL-CAMPAGNE WILL BAN E-CIGARETTE FOR UNDER 18 YEARS OLD!


Young people under the age of 18 will no longer be able to buy electronic cigarettes in the canton of Basel-Country. It is not the first canton to want to prohibit its sale to minors: the canton of Vaud also wishes to do so. (See article)


ANDORRA: AN INCREASE IN THE TOBACCO PRICE TO FIGHT TRAFFICKING!


The Principality of Andorra has raised its tobacco prices: the price of a packet cannot be more than 30% lower than the cheapest Spanish packet, the government said. (See article)

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