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Daily Digest - Thursday,  5 January 2017

California Officials Making Life Tough For Vape Vendors

Electronic cigarette vendors are coming to grips with fresh regulations and an expensive licensing fee after new laws against vaping took effect Monday in California. In order to sell an e-cigarette or vaping device in the state, vendors must now pay an annual licensing fee of $265. The fee must be paid on each individual location established by a business.

2017-01-05
dailycaller.com

E-cigarettes likely to increase number of smokers quitting successfully [...]

Greater uptake of e-cigarettes by smokers is likely to increase the number of people who successfully give up smoking, according to an EU analysis of health interventions. The agency’s director of health technology assessment, Dr Máirín Ryan said: “This HTA found a high level of uncertainty surrounding both the clinical and cost-effectiveness of e-cigarettes.

2017-01-05
irishtimes.com

DR. BRAD RODU WARNS TORRENT OF NEGATIVE VAPING RESEARCH TO COME

Vaping in the United States is under serious threat and despite recent positive events in Canada there is much for vapers to be concerned about. [...]

2017-01-05
youtube.com

BAT draws breath on nicotine inhaler deal

The long-awaited launch of a nicotine inhaler backed by Sir Terry Leahy has suffered a setback after British American Tobacco pulled the plug. Consort Medical said that Nicovations, a BAT subsidiary, had ended supply agreements after the product failed to come to market by the end of last year. In 2014 BAT became the first tobacco company to have a nicotine product licensed as a medicine.

2017-01-05
thetimes.co.uk

Fewer see e-cigarettes as less harmful than cigarettes

The perception that e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes fell between 2012 and 2014, a sign that fewer people see them as a safe alternative to smoking tobacco, a new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests. The researchers were surprised by the findings, given the mixed assessments of e-cigarettes' risk compared to traditional tobacco products.

2017-01-05
medicalxpress.com

Q&A with Jeff Stier | Nicopure Labs

Patricia Kovacevic, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Nicopure Labs, and Jeff Stier discuss the recent U.S. Surgeon General’s report on e-cigarettes.

2017-01-05
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