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Miscommunication about the causes of the US outbreak of lung diseases in vapers by public health authorities and the media

Miscommunication about the causes of the US outbreak of lung diseases in vapers by public health authorities and the media
Nicotine vaping has become a popular alternative to tobacco cigarette smoking worldwide. In the USA, where vaping nicotine e‐liquid is legal for people aged over 18 years in all states, around 6.9 million adults vape nicotine

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CDC concludes nicotine-based vaping products not associated with lung illness outbreak

CDC concludes nicotine-based vaping products not associated with lung illness outbreak

Canadian Vaping Association exasperated with level of misinformation until now Toronto, ON – December 17, 2019 – After almost six months of growing panic concerning the cause of the lung illness, or EVALI, that swept the U.S. and parts of Canada, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed on December 6 that nicotine-based “e-cigarettes” have not been linked to a single vaping-related illness. In fact, as has been widely suggested by a diversity of clinical experts, the true source of this illness is illicit cannabis (THC) vaping products containing vitamin E acetate.The Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) has steadfastly...

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B.C. government moves to tax and restrict vaping products.

B.C. government moves to tax and restrict vaping products.
British Columbia will launch a 10-point plan to update the province’s vaping regulations, some starting as early as January 1, 2020. The proposed regulations cover everything from the availability of vaping flavours, mass advertising and product labeling to taxation and funding education and social awareness youth marketing campaigns across the province. 

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E-cigarettes helped more than 50,000 people in England quit smoking in one year, study estimates

E-cigarettes helped more than 50,000 people in England quit smoking in one year, study estimates
Vaping helped 50,000 to 70,000 smokers in England quit smoking.

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Lung Disease Outbreak Caused by Black Market, not Vaping

Lung Disease Outbreak Caused by Black Market, not Vaping

E-Cigarettes have killed a grand total of zero people in the U.S., despite being enjoyed by millions of adults for more than 12 years.

 

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