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Last week I mentioned the World Health Organization’s tobacco control conference, COP 7. This is where more than 180 countries and a lot of health groups meet to discuss new anti-smoking policies – except, recently, it’s been more interested in vaping. Sadly it’s a very secretive conference, but a few brave vapers did fly all the way to India to see what was happening. One of them was British vaper and blogger Dick Puddlecote, and I managed to speak to him at the weekend. The

The World Health Organization was set up in 1946, and for 70 years it’s been seen as one of the great achievements of the United Nations. It played a major part in eliminating smallpox, the only human disease that’s been totally defeated so far. It’s helped fight malaria, cholera and other infectious diseases, and has saved millions of lives. Recently, however, the WHO’s popularity has been fading. The reason is simple: It’s stopped doing what it was set up to do – fight disease –

California’s relationship with vaping is a strange one. On one hand the state has the greatest concentration of premium liquid makers in the world, and a large community of dedicated and passionate advocates. On the other, it’s ingested by academics and legislators who loathe e-cigarettes with a stunning level of bitterness and will go to any lengths to attack both the industry and vapers themselves. California has led the way in banning vapor products from public spaces. Now, while other states got there first on

If you listen to public health activists you get the impression tobacco was invented sometime in the 1920s, probably as a plot to addict children. The truth, of course, is a bit different. Humans and tobacco share a long history and most of it isn’t about commercial exploitation. Tobacco's origins lie in the rain forests and mountains of South America. These areas are a bit of a treasure chest when it comes to plants; we owe the region for potatoes, tomatoes and bell peppers. Biologically these are all

The FDA’s proposed regulations for e-cigarettes leave a lot to be desired. With product safety standards being entirely absent and the bulk of implications for companies being the requirement to devote countless man-hours to filing paperwork, many have called the current proposal a de-facto ban on the majority of vaping products currently available.A proposed bill – HR 2058 – is trying to change the “grandfather date” and save the products currently on the market (and, potentially, the industry as a whole), but nothing is

Aside from the government – who stand to lose a lot of money in tobacco tax revenue from the rise in vaping – the two other main stakeholders are Big Tobacco and Big Pharma, the manufacturers of the deadly product we’re all trying to avoid and the ineffective medications people use to avoid it, respectively.Tobacco companies have almost all gotten in on the action, putting out their own “cigalike” products, but pharmaceutical companies have thus far said that they’re “not going to play.” However,

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