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Daily Digest - Monday, 22 August 2016

FDA Says Nicotine-Free E-Liquids Are Tobacco Products in 'Certain Circumstances'

[...] The lawsuit, which was brought by Nicopure, a manufacturer of e-liquids and vaping systems, argues that such a result would be unfair, illogical, and illegal. In response, the FDA says Nicopure has failed to show that any of its nicotine-free liquids are actually covered by the regulations and therefore has no standing to challenge that aspect of the rules. [...]

2016-08-22
reason.com

NSW Cancer Council wants e-cigarettes to have the same restrictions as tobacco [...]

The Cancer Council in New South Wales is pushing for e-cigarettes to have the same restrictions as tobacco. While individual premises in NSW still have the power to ban e-cigarettes, which emit a vapour rather than smoke, they can still legally be used in places where smoking is prohibited, [...] Restricting the use of e-cigarettes would bring the the state's laws into line with other states including Queensland, the ACT and Victoria

2016-08-22
dailymail.co.uk

REASONED RESEARCH - $8.8-MILLION E-CIG STUDY EXPLAINED [...]

Are vapers justifiably paranoid when it comes to research on e-Cigarettes? Maybe, since after all it does appear that research is often used as a weapon to promulgate fear and misinformation in the public health war against vaping.

2016-08-22
youtube.com

New Study Purports to Show that E-Cigs are a Gateway to Smoking, [...]

The study followed 1,136 nonsmoking youth in grades 9 to 11 in Hawaii for one year [...] this study does not actually provide evidence that e-cigarettes are recruiting youths to smoking. What it shows is that experimentation with e-cigarettes is a much more sensitive marker of propensity to smoking than simply assessing rebelliousness or parental support or intentions to smoke.

2016-08-22
tobaccoanalysis.blogspot.com

Tobacco companies get partial win in FDA labeling fight

Tobacco companies notched a partial victory in a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's authority to require pre-clearance for tobacco products with changed labels or quantities. U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta [...] vacated part of an FDA directive stating tobacco companies may need the agency's clearance to market products with significant labeling modifications, such as a change in color or logo.

2016-08-22
foxnews.com

Roswell Park Research Compares Toxin Exposure from E-Cigarettes, Tobacco Cigarettes

Dr. Maciej Goniewicz, Assistant Professor of Oncology in the Department of Health Behavior at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, shares his latest research on e-cigarettes.

2016-08-22
youtube.com

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