Det planerade mötet om tobakskonventionen, COP10, i Panama City har blivit inställt. Det meddelar WHO:s sekretariat för tobakskontroll på sin hemsida. Anledningen är kravaller i värdlandet Panama.
E-cigarettes are as effective in smoking cessation as the drugs varenicline and cytisine. This is according to a comprehensive review published in the Cochrane Journal.
Snuff and cigarettes have long been a natural part of Håkan Friedrich's life. Almost 40 years after his first puff, the cigarettes have been replaced by e-cigs and the snus by citrus-flavoured nicotine pouches.
"Hardly anyone smokes anymore. People like me, who maybe didn't care so much about their health, find other ways to get the nicotine. The young people on mopeds...
The Association of Convenience Stores, which organises convenience stores, petrol stations and other retailers in the UK, is taking action to tackle the increasing use of e-cigarettes by minors.
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.
Banning flavours and severely restricting the supply of e-cigarettes. This is what the Norwegian government is proposing. Now users are calling on all of Norway's road users to speak out.
Sustainability. Several major distributors and manufacturers of disposable models are now focusing on downsizing sustainable pod systems. "Disposable weapons are not the future"
In which countries can you buy and use e-cigarettes? Or perhaps more importantly, in which countries can you NOT do so? An updated list for travelling road warriors.
"Raise the age limit and make sure that products can only be sent to the address of record for online purchases." Says David Vilja, owner of Vejpshop.
Users' voices are often missing from the debate on nicotine and harm reduction. Why is this the case? Vejpkollen and Snusarnas riksförbund ask this question in Almedalen 2023.
Built-in non-rechargeable batteries could be phased out of the EU market as early as 2030, after the European Parliament voted in favour of new legislation on batteries.