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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Tuesday 7 May 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Tuesday 7 May 2019.

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the 7 May 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 06h28)


CANADA: A NEW VOICE AGAINST THE APPEAL OF JUDGMENT ON VAPOTAGE


The Canadian Cancer Society urges the government to appeal the judgment of the Quebec Superior Court of 3 May 2019 which invalidated significant restrictions on advertising on electronic cigarettes. These restrictions are included in the Quebec Tobacco Control Act. (See the article)


BELGIUM: THE CORK OPERA IS ALSO FINANCED BY THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY


On the home page of the Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Liège, alongside the sponsors Ethias, Loterie Nationale and Prométhéa, just three letters: JTI. For Japan Tobacco International. (See the article)


UNITED STATES: THE VAPE OF PARENTS WHO HAVE ASTHMATIC CHILDREN


An American study suggests that American adults are more likely to use electronic cigarettes when they have children at home, especially when they have asthma. (See the article)


PHILIPPINES: IN THE TOP OF THE LIST OF COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST SMOKERS!


A World Health Organization study shows that the Philippines continues to have one of the highest smoking rates in Asia despite government efforts to encourage Filipinos to quit. (See the article)


NEW ZEALAND: GOVERNMENT WANTS TO ENCOURAGE VAPE!


Vape is about to become a government-recommended means for smokers who want to quit smoking. Although increasingly banned in public places, the Ministry of Health will soon promote the vape by highlighting the fact that the e-cigarette is a safer alternative to the conventional cigarette. (See the article)

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