Tag Archives: e-cigarette
Doctor and Researcher: EU ECig Committee Completely Mis-Informed on Ecigs

Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos is a cardiology researcher at the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, Kallithea, Greece and a researcher at University Hospital Gathuisberg, Leuven, Belgium. He is heavily involved in ECigarette research, and last year spoke to us about his research into the effect of electronic cigarettes on the heart. You can read more about his work on […]

Breaking News: EU Poised to Ban Electronic Cigarettes

Update: Sign the EU Vaping Petition According to a leaked memo highlighted in the tobacco analysis blog, and predicted in the past by this blog, the EU is likely to recommend a ban on electronic cigarettes shortly. The EU plans to ban the marketing of all nicotine containing products which have not been approved as […]

How ECITA Is Changing The UK E-Cigarette Industry

Paul Bergen of tobaccoharmreduction.org interviews Katherine Devlin of ECITA. Bio: Before having my children, I spent several years working as a bi-lingual legal secretary for various firms in and out of London. After starting my family, I became a degree tutor, working privately with students. When my brother first told me about electronic cigarettes, I […]

HALO User Pictures

We have had some great user pictures from Slawo Walok and Gemma Irving with their HALO e-cigarettes:   It seems a bit unfair to keep asking for your pictures without ever sharing our own. As I’ve just returned from my holidays (hence all quiet on the blog front!) here are a couple of holiday snaps […]

Our e-cigarettes on stage in Be My Baby

Thanks to Jamie Rees from Neath Little Theatre for these pictures of our e-cigarettes being used on stage in Neath Little Theatre – Jamie Reese from the theatre sent them to us with the message: The play is Be My Baby by Amanda Whittington, and is about unmarried mothers in the 1960s.  The girl smoking […]

MHRA/Electronic Cigarette Conflict of Interest Email

An open letter to the MHRA. Dear Amanda As you know, there is a conflict of interest between large pharmaceutical companies involved in a multi-billion dollar smoking cessation market and the electronic cigarette. Many smokers will now turn to electronic cigarettes instead of using quit smoking aids. As smoking aids have a low long term […]

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