By making their voices heard, vapor companies and consumers can help save the industry.
As Ella Fitzgerald sang: tain’t what you do; it’s the way that you do it – and in respect of getting an effective hit of nicotine from a vapor device: it’s what you do it with.
The Zimbabwe Tobacco Association has told the World Health Organization to ‘include us in all your deliberations and decisions’.
A law banning tobacco smoking in cars carrying children has been branded unnecessary by a smokers’ group; but a medical association wants the ban extended to prohibit all smoking in vehicles.
The rights and wrongs of the ban on tobacco smoking within and around the US’ publicly-funded housing are up for debate, but what is certain is that the ban is significant.
Australia allows tobacco smoking but, in effect, disallows nicotine vaping, which seems to make little sense from a health perspective. But change might be on its way.