This regulatory tracker, updated every month, provides an overview of the e-cigarette regulations in the 27 EU member states and a select number of other European countries
Europe is at the forefront of the fight against smoking and is now seriously tackling new products, including e-cigarettes, according to a leading European Commission health official
For the third year running, in late 2022 we surveyed members of the European Parliament (MEPs) about their views on new nicotine products – e-cigarettes, heated tobacco and nicotine pouches. This report details our findings
England’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, has urged the UK government should be “much more serious” in its attempt to reduce vaping and smoking among children
A solution to the environmental impact of disposable vaping products must be found if the industry wants to avoid seeing product bans pop up in more jurisdictions. Such a solution could come from the UK
Several Australian public health bodies have urged the government to ban flavours in e-cigarettes, reduce their nicotine concentration, and prohibit the sale of disposables
There remains a worryingly large amount of research on vaping which makes casual, almost always negative, assumptions…and the occasional item which is so faulty it should never have been published at all
Young adults in the US are giving up on cigarettes as their consumption of cannabis outgrows that of tobacco – and there are suggestions that e-cigarettes are also steering them away from smoking
The use of substances, including nicotine and cannabis, by US teenagers has plateaued in 2022 after a significant decline in 2021, a national survey found
Some countries, and millions of users are making headway in replacing combustible tobacco with safer alternatives…but what’s holding back the others? Are the products themselves the problem, or is it a matter of perception?
Should e-cigarettes be prescribed to help smokers quit? One Australian family doctor has bizarrely turned the question on its head, asking: Should cigarettes be prescribed to help vapers quit?
This directory of stakeholders in US e-cigarette markets will allow you to find the most relevant organisations in 50 states
This directory of stakeholders in European e-cigarette markets will allow you to find the most relevant organisations in 37 countries, including all EU member states
This directory of stakeholders in international e-cigarette markets will allow you to find the most relevant organisations in over 50 countries around the globe
The magazine headline said: “More Teens Are Vaping Within 5 Minutes of Waking”. So where does that attention-grabbing line come from, what does it really reveal – and whose line is it anyway?
Another study has confused correlation and causation when it comes to youth vaping and the supposed gateway effect – this time linking vaping and later cannabis use
In demonising nicotine, have many of vaping’s bitterest opponents across the globe got their sights trained on the wrong enemy?
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Center for Tobacco Products (CTP) has launched an online resource centre providing science-based, standards-mapped materials that teachers can use to help their students understand the dangers of vaping and nicotine addiction
Scientists studying nicotine levels in disposable e-cigs found claims weren’t always backed up by facts. In fact, if their sample is truly representative and their methods accurate, vapers may be getting sold short
US scientists need to communicate more effectively with politicians and the public to ensure the country overcomes a prohibitionist mindset on tobacco harm reduction, according to some public health experts
New and emerging nicotine and tobacco products such as e-cigarettes are becoming increasingly available in the Americas and now pose a threat to the progress of tobacco control, a new report says