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We bring you the latest vape news from around the world. Keep up to date on the latest vaping regulations, studies and rumours.

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A new bipartisan House bill has been introduced that would save the vapor industry by changing the predicate date in the FDA’s deeming rule.
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The FDA-funded tobacco control research operation at the University of California is paying $2,000 to study smokers who claim to also vape.
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The European Union is considering applying tobacco excise taxes to tobacco-free, low-risk vapor products. Citizens can comment until Feb. 16, 2017.
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ProVape, an iconic American manufacturer of vaping equipment, closed its doors after years of struggling to compete in a market it helped create.
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A new British study shows that smokers who switch completely to vaping or NRT greatly reduce their exposure to many dangerous toxins.
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British smokers are switching to e-cigarettes faster than in other European countries, probably because public health agencies have encouraged vaping.
Fake News
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A look at the most common lies and unfounded fears about vaping and e-cigarettes the news media use to grab viewers, readers and clicks.
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A new study shows that pregnant teens in areas where e-cigarettes were unavailable because of age restrictions smoked more than typical pregnant women.
Just Say No
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The Australian government confirmed that it won’t change its position on nicotine for e-cigarettes and vaping. Recreational nicotine will remain illegal.
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Three experts offer a series of recommendations intended as a framework for Congress to create sensible, harm reduction-based nicotine policy.