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An unwanted faceful of secondhand vapour meant a dash to hospital

19th January 2020 | Blog |

While feelings run high on both sides of the great debate over e-cigarette flavours, has one vital – potentially even life-threatening – factor been largely overlooked? My sister was recently rushed to hospital after being “vaped over” (her words) in a public car park. She says: “People would not dream of blowing cigarette smoke over […]

Are e-cigs really more dangerous to kids than guns or combustibles?

16th January 2020 | Blog |

A story published by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (“in partnership with The Daily Mail”, so investigative credentials already perhaps a little tarnished) purports to expose a “loophole” in UK advertising rules that “lets Juul advertise to children at the cinema”. It reports that “adverts promoting Juul’s vaping device ran before screenings of Angel Has Fallen, […]