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Create 0 nicotine pure tea product, low temperature heating, no combustion amoour tea bullet
Create 0 nicotine pure tea product, low temperature heating, no combustion amoour tea bullet

The development of tobacco has a long history. Nowadays, the world's tobacco products are mainly traditional smoke-burning cigarettes. The non-traditional new tobacco products are only compared with smoke-burning cigarettes. In fact, Indians found that tobacco started from chewing. The non combustion tobacco products and smoke-burning tobacco products have been developing together.

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Altria donated $5 million to fight racial inequality in the United States
Altria donated $5 million to fight racial inequality in the United States

Matthew Myers, chairman of the smokeless children's movement, saw Ochia's donation as "shameless hypocrisy.".According to foreign reports, Altria group will donate US $5 million to solve the systematic racism faced by black Americans and promote social and economic equality.

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The experiment proved that nicotine gum was effective in preventing the recurrence of smoking
The experiment proved that nicotine gum was effective in preventing the recurrence of smoking

The trial consisted of a six week, placebo-controlled, randomized clinical trial of 255 adults seeking to quit smoking its (131 nicotine gum, 124 placebo). The researchers investigated the results of temptations with or without gum.

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The success rate of e-cigarettes was 18%, nearly twice that of nicotine substitutes
The success rate of e-cigarettes was 18%, nearly twice that of nicotine substitutes

According to vapingpost, a recent study published in addiction aims to determine the effectiveness of nicotine gum in preventing relapse after quitting smoking. The study found that nicotine gum reduced the risk by 55% compared with placebo.

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Los Angeles County Bureau of Education filed a lawsuit against Juul, saying it led to the popularity of e-cigarettes on campus
Los Angeles County Bureau of Education filed a lawsuit against Juul, saying it led to the popularity of e-cigarettes on campus

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles County Bureau of Education filed a lawsuit against Juul, an e-cigarette giant, for the popularity of e-cigarettes on campus, according to foreign reports.

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Us study:e-cigarettes are far less addictive than cigarettes
Us study:e-cigarettes are far less addictive than cigarettes

According to foreign media reports, the National Institutes of health released a study report on e-cigarette addiction on its website: "comparison of e-cigarettes and cigarettes - a horizontal study of American adults", indicating that the addiction of e-cigarettes is significantly lower than that of cigarettes.

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KT & G plans to expand the sales point of Heat Not Burn combustion product lil hybrid to all Korea
KT & G plans to expand the sales point of Heat Not Burn combustion product lil hybrid to all Korea

According to foreign reports, KT & G, a South Korean tobacco company, plans to expand sales of its heating non combustion product, lil hybrid 2.0, to all cities in South Korea. The product debuted in Seoul and other major cities in February and expanded to 37 metropolitan areas in April.

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Sales of Greenlane, an e-cigarette store, fell due to the ban
Sales of Greenlane, an e-cigarette store, fell due to the ban

Greenlane blamed the FDA's restrictions on the sale of mint flavored Juul, and later took a plan to abandon low margin Juul sales and focus on higher margin products.

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WalMart: will stop selling electronic cigarette products in the United States
WalMart: will stop selling electronic cigarette products in the United States

It is reported that Wal Mart, a global retailer, said in an internal memorandum that due to the "regulatory complexity" and "uncertainty" of the e-cigarette industry, Wal Mart will stop selling e-cigarettes in Wal Mart and Sam's member stores in the United States.

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Canada's health minister announced 22.1 million yuan for a number of programs to curb smoking
Canada's health minister announced 22.1 million yuan for a number of programs to curb smoking

To mark World No Tobacco Day, Canadian health minister Patty Hajdu announced recently that he would provide nearly $4.8 million (22.1 million yuan) to Canadian organizations to develop plans and services to help stop Canadians from using tobacco and reduce smoking among young people, foreign reports said.

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