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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Wednesday 24 April 2019.

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Wednesday 24 April 2019.

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 24 April 2019. (Update the news at 10h25)


UNITED STATES: BETTER VAPFUMERS TO END TOBACCO


According to a new US study, parents who consume both conventional cigarettes and e-cigarettes are more likely to quit. (See the article)


USA: ADOLESCENTS ARE NOT ALWAYS AWARE OF THE PRESENCE OF NICOTINE


Published in the journal Pediatrics, the study was conducted on 517 adolescents aged between 12 and 21 years. Participants were asked questionnaires about their consumption patterns in the use of conventional cigarettes, liquid tobacco and marijuana. Nearly 14% said they had already smoked cigarettes, 36% tested the electronic cigarette and 31,3% said they had already tasted marijuana. (See the article)


SWITZERLAND: PHILIP MORRIS FINDS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY!


Electronic cigarettes are incredibly popular in the UK, thanks in part to the country's public health service, which sees products as a less harmful alternative and encourages consumers to switch providers. By offering users better life insurance discounts to switch to iQOS, more people will need to do so, says Andre Calantzopoulos. (See the article)


BELGIUM: TWO RADIOLOGISTS GIVE A NEW WARNING ON E-CIGARETTE


Two Belgian radiologists in Belgium have issued a new warning about the potentially harmful effects of e-cigarettes on health and have called for more research in this emerging field. (See the article)


UNITED STATES: VAPE DEFENDERS JOIN ALBANY!


Defenders of the vape are rallying against Albany County, which wants to ban flavored electronic cigarettes. In hopes of ending the counties' proposed ban on flavored electronic cigarettes, vape advocates gathered Tuesday in front of the Albany County Courthouse with the message "La vape saves lives." (See the article)


JAPAN: UNIVERSITY DOES NOT WANT TO RECRUIT SMOKING TEACHERS!


Unless they pledge to stop smoking completely, a Japanese university has decided to stop recruiting smoking teachers, his spokesman said on Tuesday. (See the article)

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