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VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Wednesday 16 October 2019

VAP'NEWS: The e-cigarette news for Wednesday 16 October 2019

Vap'News offers you flash news about the e-cigarette for Wednesday 16 October 2019. (Update the news at 11h55)


FRANCE: IS THE E-CIGARETTE DANGEROUS?


Is vaping bad for your health? This is the question at the heart of Idées Claires, our weekly program produced by France Culture and franceinfo intended to fight against information disorders, from fake news to preconceived ideas. (See article)


FRANCE: THE DEFENDERS OF THE E-CIGARETTE ON BLAST COALS!


Worried about the “confusions” made by the general public after the epidemic of deaths in the United States, players in the sector and doctors specializing in addiction are stepping up to defend the electronic cigarette as a safe and effective means of stopping smoking. (See article)


UNITED STATES: INDIANA LEGISLATORS WANT E-LIQUID TAX


The head of Indiana's leading medical organization said the spread of vaping-related illness and death was a testament to the need for state taxes to discourage the use of e-cigarettes. (See article)


UNITED STATES: AN INJUNCTION TO BLOCK THE BAN ON E-CIGARETTE!


A Michigan judge has issued an injunction to block the state's ban on flavored e-cigarettes, The Associated Press reported Tuesday. Michigan banned the sale of flavored vaping products in September. (See article)


UNITED KINGDOM: 40% OF E-CIGARETTE STORES SELL TO MINORS!


According to a report, nearly 40% of stores were caught illegally selling vape products and electronic cigarettes to children. Vendors have been targeted by 34 local boards in England between 2018 and 2019. (See article)

 

 

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