The UK Government has said it is willing to revisit regulations governing electronic cigarettes and snus once EU rules no longer apply to the UK.
Especially in the present climate; those supplying e-liquids should avoid putting into them ingredients that are going to raise the US Food and Drug Administration’s blood pressure.
In the 12 years since Spain introduced its first public-places tobacco-smoking bans, the incidence of smoking has risen.
Businesses that offer al fresco dining areas should be allowed to choose whether to permit smoking in those areas, or in a part of those areas.
A new law in Malawi is aimed at stopping tobacco growers being “ripped off” by buyers, but some believe it will favor tobacco companies rather than farmers.
China, like most countries, finds itself in a quandary when it comes to tobacco smoking. Morally, it should discourage the habit, economically it should encourage it.
If a person smokes while clubbing but never at home, she is entitled to say either that she is a smoker or is not a smoker, depending on where she is at the time of making her statement.
Questioning some of the vaping threats issued by the US FDA is justified, but it doesn’t help the cause to defy established rules, especially perfectly-reasonable rules.
A new bill being considered by Malawi’s Parliament would attempt to protect tobacco growers from the worst forms of exploitation.
A tobacco control expert says Canada needs to concentrate on getting to grips with a changing tobacco/nicotine market rather than spending time on reviewing past policies.