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Heat not burn products similar to smoking for heart disease? Confusing acute nicotine effects with long-term smoking effects

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Recently there has been a few negative news stories about heat not burn products, this will increase as time goes by. Not all of it will be true, a lot of it will be utter nonsense. Here we are posting a rebuttal of one of the more recent “studies” coming out of the USA.

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Anti-vaping nuts take aim at iQOS, too

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Last week one of my friends, knowing of my interest in Heat not Burn products, pointed me to an article in the Washington Post. This was written a couple of weeks ago, apparently in response to Philip Morris submitting their
iQOS device for FDA approval as a modified risk tobacco product, so it was a great opportunity to write an informative article about the technology and its potential as a safer alternative for smokers.

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World Health Organisation notices Heat not Burn

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Heat not Burn products are coming to the attention of a new audience – and that might not be good news. The World Health Organisation is gearing up for its latest tobacco control junket and, for the first time, heated tobacco products are on their radar. They haven’t attracted as much of the WHO’s dislike as electronic cigarettes yet, but this could be just a matter of time.

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