Inveterate smokers prefer e-cigs to snus and medicines

Among Norwegians who still smoke, e-cigarettes probably have the greatest potential to reduce smoking. Traditional nicotine medicines, on the other hand, are not very popular. This is according to a new study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

"Religious opposition to e-cigs and nicotine pouches"

What happens in a country where cannabis is allowed to flow freely, but all alternatives to cigarettes are seen as the devil's invention? Vejpkollen spoke to Rob de Lange and the inventor of the nicotine pouch, Karl Fagerström.

Research: "Flavour bans led to increased cigarette sales"

Banning flavours in e-cigarettes increased sales of traditional cigarettes. This is according to a new US study. "The evidence suggests that more young people started buying cigarettes instead of e-cigarettes," says economist Michael Pesko.

Swedish researcher: 'WHO plans risk increasing smoking'

Nicotine pouches, e-cigarettes and snus should be regulated as strictly as cigarettes. This is according to the WHO Secretariat for Tobacco Control. "There is a high risk that excessive restrictions on harm-minimising products will lead to more smokers, rather than...