The latest findings from ASH’s annual survey are fuelling concerns about youth vaping, primarily catalysed by the popularity of disposable vapes. The survey, carried out in March and published earlier this month, shows current youth vaping in ages 11-17 is up 3%, from 4.1% in 2020 to 7% in 2022.
Riot E-Liquid is capitalising on the recent upheaval of the UK government by addressing Sajid Javid directly, requesting that he apply to be their Head of Public Health to promote vaping to the WHO and to support the company’s goal of achieving a smoke-free world by 2030.
Vapers are being warned that they could risk massive fines or even prison time if they aren’t careful during their summer holiday this year. Several popular holiday destinations have strict laws on vaping and nicotine E-Liquids, and breaking these rules could land you in prison.
A research paper published in the British Dental Journal about the “erosive potential” of vaping on teeth has been called out by dental experts for “several basic errors and misrepresentations.”
While not affecting vaping, the sale of flavoured Heat Not Burn (HNB) heated tobacco products is set to be banned after an announcement was published by the EU commission on 29th June 2022.
Last week, the US’ Food and Drug Administration’s Centre for Tobacco Products issued Marketing Denial Orders (MDOs) to Juul Labs for all of its vaping products, announcing that “Currently marketed JUUL products must be removed from the US market.”