Vap'News offers you your flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 14 Mars 2019. (Update the news at 06h35)
FRANCE: FOUR RISKS OF E-CIGARETTE FOR HEALTH!
According to a study from the American College of Cardiology released last week, e-cigarettes present four main health risks. (See the article)
FRANCE: THOSE LANDAIS WHO SURFENT ON THE WAVE OF THE VAPE!
Virginie and Grégory Avril, simple dealers in vaping equipment, became producers in five years. They already have franchisees and a website. (See the article)
AUSTRALIA: MCLAREN WITHDRAWS LOGOS BAT A MELBOURNE
As a precaution and to avoid any controversy, BAT is retiring from the McLaren MCL34 as well as Woking's safety for the Australian Grand Prix. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: NEW MEASURES TO LIMIT VAPE IN YOUNG PEOPLE
The US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday issued a new proposal to crack down on "the rising rate of e-cigarette use among young people." But some critics say the efforts do not go far enough to prevent young people from getting into vaping. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: MICHIGAN MAY PROHIBIT SALE OF E-CIGARETTE TO MINORS!
Currently, Michigan and Pennsylvania are the only two states in the country that have not banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. The state representative, Thomas Albert, of 86 District, introduced a bill that would only ban sales of electronic cigarettes to less than 18 years. (See the article)
FRANCE: AIR POLLUTION MAKES MORE DEATH THAN TOBACCO
The consequences of air pollution would be more serious than previously thought. Based on the air quality in Europe and the density of the population, German researchers conclude that the balance sheet is heavier than smoking. (See the article)