Sunday, December 8, 2019

People in the UK who vape while driving face £2,500 fine...

The UK Police force has issued a warning to drivers notifying them that they could face a substantial fine and punishments for vaping/using an...

Could Electric Vehicles Play a Part in the Future of Vaping

Tesla plans to build 500,000 cars per year by 2018. Each vehicle uses thousands of batteries, which means Tesla alone will require today’s entire...

BMA Backs Down on e-Cigarettes

The British Medical Association (BMA) is a professional body in the UK that represents doctors. Although its a trade union rather than the usual...

New Evidence Shows Smokers use Vaping to Quit Cigarettes

A new study by the Tennessee Department of Health (DOH) has been released and suggests that vaping is more substantial cessation tool from smoking...

FDA Delays Ingredient Listing Deadline with Hours to Go

The FDA has once again delayed an essential deadline for vaping manufacturers hours before the deadline. The agency announced on Tuesday (November 7th, 2017)...

New York Governor Signs Bill Banning E-Cigarettes, Vaping In Public Indoor...

Vaping of electronic cigarettes will be banned soon from public indoor spaces in New York State smoking just like traditional tobacco cigarettes. Gov. Andrew M....

E-Liquid pioneer Johnson Creek files for Bankruptcy

Johnson Creek, a market-leading e-liquid manufacturer recently declared bankruptcy for the company. Spearheading the e-juice market, they climbed to the top thanks to online...

Taiwan Set to Ban Sales of All Vaping Products

In an attempt to protect teenagers from smoking the Taiwan Executive Yuan (the leadership of the executive branch) is due to approve a draft...

World Anti-Doping Agency Removes CBD From Banned Substances List

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), which governs drug testing in the Olympics and sets the standard for anti-doping guidelines in many sports leagues is...

Thailand Vape Ban: UK Warns Travellers Leave Vapes at Home

Travellers unaware they could face up to 10 years in prison for using e-cigerettes and the ban has been law since 2014.