Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for the day of Thursday 4 Avril 2019. (Update the news at 10h10)
UNITED STATES: A LINK BETWEEN E-CIGARETTES AND CONVULSIONS?
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Wednesday that it was investigating, following several health reports, on possible links between vaping and convulsions. (See the article)
FRANCE: THE WORLD OF ADDICTOLOGY GETS MEET AT TRENET
Dr. Christophe Cutarella is a psychiatrist, addictologist, tobacco specialist at the Saint-Barnabé Clinic in Marseille. Since 3 years, he is also president of Graap, the research group in alcoology and addiction of Provence, whose annual congress will be held tomorrow at Salon, Espace Trenet. (See the article)
SENEGAL: FEMALE SMOKING, AN EXPENSIVE FANCY!
And, surprisingly, he has gone beyond the circle of men to invite himself to women who, more and more, are using the cigarette traditional or electronic. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: SMOKING AND VAPOTING AT THE RESCOUSSE OF TOBACCO GIANTS
Many investors have removed the tobacco industry from their potential investments. Smoking rates are falling and the popularity of ethical investments continues to grow. (See the article)
CANADA: THE STORY OF AN ADO OF 14 YEARS ACCROCATED TO VAPE NICOTINEE!
Vapors, originally intended for smokers to help with their weaning, are becoming increasingly popular with teens. New products, easier to hide and use, have appeared on the Canadian market in the past year, have become popular with young people. (See the article)
UNITED STATES: NIGERIAN CHILDREN DEVELOP APPLICATION FOR VAPE!
Three high school students (SS1) from Dansol high school, Agidingbi, Lagos, David Ayeni, Oluwatunmise, Rotimi David Adegbiji and Egie Jude Akede, have come up with an innovative idea on how to reduce the use of electronic cigarettes in the United States ( United States). The app is for manufacturers and vape shops in the United States. (See the article)