John Boehner Joins Tobacco Giants Reynolds America

15th September 2016

Well known heavy smoker, Former House Speaker John Boehner, loved to light up a cigarette during his years in Congress. Now he’s joining the board of tobacco heavyweight Reynolds American, the company announced today, Thursday September 15. Boehner, reportedly such a fan of Camel Ultra Lights that his successor Paul D. Ryan had to fumigate the speaker’s office before moving in, resigned in October after serving in Congress for 25 years and as Speaker for four. Reynolds American Inc., based in Winston-Salem, N.C., owns R.J. Reynolds, the second-largest U.S. tobacco company whose brands include Newport and Camel. Boehner, will serve on the board’s corporate governance, nominating…

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E-cigarettes and Pregnant Women

8th September 2016

Scotland, UK to conduct first ever study examining the safety of e-cigarettes on pregnant women and any possible impact of vaping on unborn babies. The study is set to begin next year and several hundred women will be recruited to investigate if vaping can help pregnant women who are struggling to stop smoking. Carried out by the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies as well as a network of universities, the progress of the babies will be tracked until they are two to asses if there are any potential harmful effects. This study comes after a recent article stated that vaping is…

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US Doctors Frequently Discuss Electronic Cigarettes

31st August 2016

A new paper entitled "Beliefs, practices, and self-efficacy of US physicians regarding smoking cessation and electronic cigarettes – A National survey” reveals that US Doctors are frequently discussing electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) with patients in a clinical setting. A substantial proportion of physicians also recommend e-cigs to their patients who smoke. Over 70% of the more than 560 physicians who participated in the written survey indicated that e-cigs can help patients reduce or eliminate smoking, and nearly half said that they believe e-cigs can reduce risk. Physicians are less likely to recommend e-cigs as a way to quit smoking. Approximately two-thirds of the…

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Dear FDA Center for Tobacco Products

18th August 2016

We asked you to tell us your vaping stories, here is an excellent one which we are publishing 100% unedited. Please continue to let us know how vaping has been a force for good in your life. Dear FDA Center for Tobacco Products, My name is Robert Jacobson and I am a 37-year-old male, a born American citizen, the Executive Director of a statewide California public health nonprofit organization, a college graduate with a degree in business, a 15-year veteran of the casino industry, a former smoker and current ‘vaper’. As is the case with many children of smokers, I began smoking as…

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The FDA was asked a simple question and this is how they responded…

26th July 2016

Dr. Michael Siegel shared this on the Tobaccoanalysis blog spot. Here is the question, “Are e-cigs that do not contain nicotine (or any other tobacco extracts) also covered by the FDA deeming regulations? If so, will they also require pre-market approval like products that do not contain nicotine?” Pretty simple question don’t you think? It should have been answered with a simple “yes” or “no”. As Dr. Siegel points out, “if e-cigarettes do not contain nicotine then there is no basis for the FDA to assert jurisdiction over them as tobacco products. Therefore, these nicotine-free e-liquids would not be subject to the…

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New clinical study shows exclusive e-cigarette use reduces exposure to harmful chemicals similar to complete smoking cessation

12th July 2016

We are reporting this in its entirety with thanks to Fontem Ventures. New peer-reviewed research just published shows that smokers who completely substitute conventional cigarettes with commercial e-cigarettes experience dramatic reductions in exposure to harmful chemicals that are thought to contribute to tobacco-related diseases, not that dissimilar to complete smoking cessation. The clinical findings, reported in the Journal of Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, measured the changes in fifteen biomarkers of exposure to harmful and potentially harmful constituents (HPHCs) - reported by FDA to be significant contributors to smoking-associated disease risks, including carbon monoxide, aldehydes, and tobacco-specific nitrosamines - in the urine,…

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Indiana Vaping Law Update

11th July 2016

As a follow-up to our original article published back in March, we wanted to update you on HB1432 and its continuing affect on the Indiana vaping industry. As of July 1st - the house bill was adopted into state law, despite multiple legal challenges to its constitutionality. On June 30th - federal judge Judge Sarah Evans Barker of the Southern District of Indiana, Indianapolis Division -  upheld the new law as constitutional making it the 2nd failed attempt to thwart the bill in less than a month. The first decision was handed down on June 2 by Marion Superior Court Judge Cynthia…

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Legal Challenges to the FDA E-cig Regulations Gain Momentum

30th June 2016

This week Tobaccoanalysis Blogspot published an excellent guide to the lawsuits which have been filed against the FDA Deeming Regulations on e-cigarettes thus far. Currently there are five with the belief that more are to follow. Last month Nicopure Labs was the first to file a lawsuit against the FDA challenging its deeming regulations, claiming that they are in violation of the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) and the First Amendment. Hot on their heels were Lost Art Liquids LLC, who filed a challenge to the regulations under the APA, the Regulatory Flexibility Act, the First Amendment, and the Fifth Amendment. Lost Arts COO…

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Leading Dr’s say vaping should be banned in bars and restaurants

23rd June 2016

The apparent risk of passive vaping is enough that Dr Iain Kennedy, a consultant in public health from Glasgow has called for a ban in public places such as bars and restaurants. He said, “There are new potential risks, and we don’t yet know the level of those risks. It is a precautionary principle – until we do the studies and have a better idea of what the risks may or may not be, we should restrict their use in public places” He went on to state that although electronic cigarettes were undoubtedly safer than cigarettes there is no evidence that they…

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What Prompts a Smoker to Switch to Vaping?

16th June 2016

The Roanoke Times reported on a Virginia Tech Carilion researcher sharing in a $15 million National Cancer Institute grant, a proportion of which will fund a behavioral study on e-cigs. The grant was awarded to ten academic institutions and Warren Bickel, a behavioral health researcher, who researches why and how people make choices, will receive a $2.6 million share of the grant to test four factors influencing people’s decision to choose an electronic cigarette over a traditional combustible tobacco cigarette. The four factors are; nicotine dose, extra costs, smoke-free environments and flavors. “If a person gets enough nicotine, doesn’t have to pay extra…

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