Monthly Archives: February 2017

E-Cigarettes and “Dripping” Among High-School Youth | REBUTTAL

“Dripping” is conceptualized as “directly dripping e-liquids onto heated coils” and “vaporizing… e-liquid at high temperatures and then immediately inhaling the vapor that is produced.”1 This is wholly inconsistent with what “dripping” refers to in e-cigarette use. Dripping onto a hot coil would result in an unpleasant experience and certainly […]

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FDA deeming authority clarification act of 2017 HR1136

Thanks to The FB grp FDA-CTP deeming authority clarification act of 2017 HR1136. Most important is the change in the grandfather date. Aug 8th 2016, will be the new grandfather date. This means you can use products registered before that date as examples for Substantial Equivalence (SE). The battery standards […]

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How Tobacco Control ‘Science’ Works

(excerpt) Established scientific convention dictates that research criteria should be made available to other scientists so they can check the results by exactly replicating the methodology to confirm its authenticity. It would appear that Farsalinos isn’t too impressed with what he is finding while doing just that. He is also […]

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E-Cigarettes as Safe as Nicotine Replacement in Real-World Study

(excerpt) The researchers analyzed urine and saliva samples for biomarkers of nicotine: tobacco-specific N-nitrosamines (TSNAs), including the established carcinogen 4-(methylnitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1 butanol, or NNAL, and a number of different metabolites of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Both TSNAs and VOCs are well-known to contribute to cigarette-related carcinogenic risk. “The NRT-only and e-cigarette–only […]

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