[excerpt] As many readers know, the World Health Organization (WHO) came out this week with an attack on e-cigarettes which presages them trying to pressure governments into acting against e-cigarettes. CASAA has not tried to address this in detail because (a) most of what we would have to say is […]

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E-cigarettes: no indoor smoking ban planned in England despite WHO call | Society | The Guardian

[excerpt] Ministers will not ban e-cigarettes indoors in England, despite the World Health Organisation urging governments to do so to combat the threat posed by the growing popularity of vaping. The Department of Health (DH) made clear that it does not plan to outlaw the use of the increasingly popular […]

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La Ligue contre le Cancer change d’avis et confirme son intérêt pour la cigarette électronique | Cigarette électronique

[exceprt- note: translation is by Translate add-on for FireFox, not me. The only french I know if from watching Pepe Le Pew cartoons] Memory committed vapoteur there rarely seen it. Founded in 1918, the League against cancer, an association law 1901 recognized of public utility that makes tobacco a constant […]

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Totally Wicked Formally Challenges Tobacco Products Directive | e cig news

[excerpt] Totally Wicked has obtained permission from the UK’s Administrative Court to bring a judicial review action challenging the above, following an Order made by Mr Justice Supperstone on the 31st of July 2014. Permission was obtained after issuing court proceedings against the Secretary of State for Health, which asked […]

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Electronic cigarettes, smoking and population health

[excerpt] Dr Britton: Electronic cigarettes thus pose many challenges to conventional thinking on the use of nicotine in society and the treatment of nicotine addiction. However, the evident popularity of these products, and the improvements that further product innovation may bring, indicate that these and other nicotine-containing devices currently in […]

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