The FQPA Safety Factor as required by the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 is intended to provide an additional 10-fold safety factor 10X, to protect for special sensitivity in infants and children to specific pesticide residues in food, drinking water, or residential exposures, or to compensate for an incomplete […]
E-cigarettes as cessation or harm reduction products Although evidence is limited, first generation cigalike products probably deliver a similar amount of nicotine to Nicorette Inhalators, and are about as effective – but no more effective – as cessation therapy as are transdermal nicotine patches. Later generation vapourisers might be more […]
The editorial goes on to claim that Dayton and those opposing the ban on the use of e-cigarettes “have not done the basic homework needed for informed policymaking.” In fact, the opposite is true, and I have educated legislators in my testimony during hearings on this legislation. via Editorial counterpoint: […]
CASAA: Call to Action! New Jersey’s Governor Christie is Proposing a Tax on E-Cigarettes at the Same Rate as Combustible Cigarettes (Significantly UPDATED 3-27-14).
CASAA: Call to Action! Ohio’s Governor Kasich is Proposing a Tax on E-Cigarettes and Smokeless Tobacco at an Outrageous 49% of Wholesale.
California’s robust market for vapes makes the state a critical test case for the advancement of new prohibitions. Relying in large part on health fears surrounding the safety of children, advocates have already made substantial gains on the West Coast. via New Fears Push More California e-Cigarette Bans | PublicCEO. […]