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Latest news: E-cigarettes

Young Australians overestimate vaping among peers: ANU

E-cigarette use is seen as widespread, common and normal among young Australians even though hard data indicate that the clear majority of teens have not vaped, a first-of-its-kind study from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.   

New Queensland laws target illicit tobacco and vapes sold to kids

People using vapes will not get a pass in no-smoking areas and there will be a crackdown on tobacco chop shops under new laws proposed for Queensland.

Stronger laws against e-cigarettes in ACT

The ACT Government is cracking down on e-cigarettes in the community with the Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2022, passed today.

E-cigarettes are harmful and addicting youth: ANU report

E-cigarettes, or vapes, are causing harm and risk introducing a new generation to smoking, warn experts from The Australian National University (ANU) following their government report into vaping. 

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