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US CDC removed the special topic of e-cigarette lung disease
US CDC removed the special topic of e-cigarette lung disease

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finally dropped the electronic smoke lung disease project, which indicates the end of the mysterious lung disease event that caused panic among electronic smoke users all over the world.

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Fermo International's Bologna plant in Italy will be suspended for one week
Fermo International's Bologna plant in Italy will be suspended for one week

On March 27. according to foreign reports, PMI's plant in Bologna, Italy, will be suspended for a week. It is reported that about 50% of the iqos heating rods of PMI are produced in Bologna factory. The shutdown was carried out during the outbreak of covid-19 to prevent further spread of the virus.

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France starts the third level anti epidemic warning e-cigarette store will be closed
France starts the third level anti epidemic warning e-cigarette store will be closed

According to reports, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced the implementation of a level 3 new crown virus (covid-19) alert, resulting in the closure of all unnecessary stores, including e-cigarette stores.

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Novel coronavirus causes shortage of electronic cigarettes in the US
Novel coronavirus causes shortage of electronic cigarettes in the US

Novel coronavirus epidemics continue to cause the majority of China's economy to be in a state of stagnation. The smokers in the United States and around the world are facing the threat of supply shortage.

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Scotland:e-cigarettes may help poor smokers quit smoking
Scotland:e-cigarettes may help poor smokers quit smoking

According to vapingpost, a new study published recently by the public health department of BMC in Scotland shows that although adult smokers from economically disadvantaged families are less likely to quit smoking, the scope of this inequality has narrowed among non-smokers, indicating that e-cigarettes may help this group quit smoking.

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Italy after the closure of the city: the government is worried about the explosion of smokers and requires e-cigarette stores to continue to operate
Italy after the closure of the city: the government is worried about the explosion of smokers and requires e-cigarette stores to continue to operate

Italy has become the most serious country in the world except China. Since the first novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pneumonia case occurred in Lombardia, the epidemic has spread rapidly to other parts of the country. By the time of publication, there were nearly 28000 confirmed cases and more than 2100 deaths in Italy. Because of the large number of patients in need of intensive care, Italy's national health care infrastructure is facing great pressure.

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Research: support for e-cigarettes on social media is higher than that of anti e-cigarettes
Research: support for e-cigarettes on social media is higher than that of anti e-cigarettes

On March 24. according to vapingpost, a new study published in the Journal of communication frontier shows that the number of e-cigarettes promoted on instagram exceeds the number of anti promotions, including the FDA's campaign label, with a ratio of 10000 to 1.

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French study: Teen e-cigarette users are less likely to switch to cigarettes
French study: Teen e-cigarette users are less likely to switch to cigarettes

According to Vapingpost, France recently launched a study aimed at determining whether "e-cigarettes increase the likelihood of young smokers turning into daily smokers." However, the results show the opposite.

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Juul released nine research results related to e-cigarettes
Juul released nine research results related to e-cigarettes

Recently, according to the official website of Juul, Juul shared the findings of nine scientific and research programs related to e-cigarettes at the 2020 annual meeting of the nicotine and Tobacco Research Association (srnt). The list of shared contents is as follows

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Consumer Research Institute of the United States considers e-cigarettes as an effective smoking cessation tool
Consumer Research Institute of the United States considers e-cigarettes as an effective smoking cessation tool

A new study published by the American Consumer Institute shows that if e-cigarettes become part of a strategy to reduce the harm of tobacco, it will help to extend the lives of millions of consumers. The evidence and the impact of legislative and regulatory decisions were reviewed.

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