News and debate on nicotine, e-cigs and snus

News

  • Researchers: "Counselling and e-cigs very effective in quitting smoking"

    Researchers: "Counselling and e-cigs very effective in quitting smoking"

    Hundreds of smokers visiting emergency departments in England were offered free e-cigarettes for a period of time. At the same time, they were counselled to stop smoking. After six months, the researchers evaluated the subjects' smoking behaviour.

  • Why go around the world to defend e-cigarettes?

    Why go around the world to defend e-cigarettes?

    Freelance journalist John Lund took the pulse of Vejpkollen's editor and founder Stefan Mathisson after his trip to Panama and the WHO Tobacco Convention in February 2024. What really happened down there, how does it affect Sweden and why do people travel around the world to get involved in something as strange as e-cigarettes?

  • EU elections: "The government does not understand the importance of the nicotine issue"

    EU elections: "The government does not understand the importance of the nicotine issue"

    The issue of nicotine and harm reduction could become an important election issue in the upcoming European elections. This is according to Tobias Andersson (SD), Chairman of the Committee on Nutrition. "But I don't think the government has really realised that the issue is of such importance," says Tobias Andersson.

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