A court in Spain seems to have been given little choice in a custody battle aimed at protecting young people from tobacco smoke.
The bans and restrictions on tobacco products imposed by a new law in Ethiopia arguably comprise a good initiative. The ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes is a bad one.
If a nicotine patch can help treat memory loss, presumably it cannot be ruled out that vaping with a nicotine e-liquid could also help in this area.
Quitting smoking by switching to vaping is seen by some to contain a ‘catch’, but it is a catch only in the minds of those who do not understand the concept of harm reduction.
Zimbabwe’s flue-cured tobacco production is unlikely to reflect the 46 percent increase in grower registrations, and that is probably a good thing.
Tracking and tracing tobacco products cannot be high on the UK Government’s agenda. Indeed, it would pay handsomely anybody who could track down any trace of its Brexit agenda.
It is difficult to fault the logic behind a proposed cigarette sales ban in Hawaii, but the schedule proposed for the progressive introduction of the ban seems to make little sense.
In line with the US FDA’s penchant for deeming, the American Lung Association has decided that switching from smoking to vaping does not constitute quitting smoking.