Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for 10 September 2019 Tuesday. (Update the news at 10h16)
USA: TWO TRACKS TO EXPLAIN DEATH RELATED TO VAPOTAGE
Five deaths and 450 sick to date. US health authorities have updated the September 6 the growing figures of vaping victims in the United States. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: CDC ADVISES SPEAKERS NOT TO USE E-CIGARETTE!
Last week, in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration, the CDC launched an investigation to understand what could be the source of a mysterious lung disease. The latter has been reported in nearly 25 US states. 215 cases have been reported and at least 2 people have died. The Center for Disease Control is considering the possibility that the electronic cigarette could be the cause of this disease. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE CREATOR OF FIBER FREAKS HAS NOT CREATED THE "FIBER N'COTTON V2"
Many vapers thought that the instigator of the famous "Fiber Freaks" was also at the heart of the project "Fiber N'Cotton V2". Nevertheless, it is not the case. On his Facebook page, Florent Mahood Draux says "I'm not behind this V2. We have stopped our collaboration with FnC for almost 1 year. This v2 is certainly from one of my ideas, but I will not hide that I would have done something else.
FRANCE: THE LIQUIDIER "DLICE" DENOUNCES THE DRIFT OF "DO IT YOURSELF" OR DIY
In a recent statement on its official Facebook page, the French liquidator "Dlice" denounced what he describes as "drift" Do It Yourself (DIY). In this publication the company states: " The "DIY" (Do It Yourself, for "do it yourself") in French is a drift of the market far from being RESPONSIBLE! If the TPD was created in France it was to "frame" and "secure" the cigarette electronic. « (See the press release)
SWITZERLAND: CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO COSTS 5 BILLION OF FRANCS PER YEAR!
In Switzerland, tobacco consumption generates 3 billion Swiss francs annually for medical expenses. Added to this are 2 billion Swiss francs of losses to the economy, related to diseases and deaths, says a study released Monday. (See the article)