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June 24, 2017

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Philip Morris “Might” Quit Manufacturing Conventional Cigarettes in Favor of Heat-not-Burn

Big Tobacco, Philip Morris launched a new cigarette product in the UK claiming to be healthier than their conventional tobacco products. This smokeless cigarette is described as a “hybrid between analogs and electronic cigarettes.” The Marlboro maker tobacco giant’s product heats tobacco rather than burning it and the company claims that it delivers the same

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E-Cigarettes and the Effects on your Body

Electronic cigarettes are 95% less harmful than conventional cigarettes and could help smokers quit tobacco, a British government study recently concluded, wading into a long-running electronic cigarettes debate. While much research has been done on conventional cigarettes, data on e-cigarettes is much more sparse. This is because e-cigs were only invented in 2003 by a

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Britain Calls for Prescription Electronic Cigarettes

British government health officials want to see Healthcare providers able to prescribe electronic cigarettes on the National Health Service (NHS), they stated after they published a review that showed vaping is 95% less harmful than tobacco. Public Health England (PHE) said much of the public wrongly believes that e-cigs carry health risks much the same way cigarettes do, but this is not

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Can I Use An Electronic Cigarette While Pregnant?

Electronic Cigarette are safer than a normal cigarette; however, is vaping harmful to your unborn baby? Can you be around second-hand vape? We’ve got the latest expert advice.. In Short No, electronic cigarettes are not recommended during pregnancy. Why? They are both unlicensed and unregulated. Manufacturers state they are safe; however, experts aren’t entirely sure. So, we recommend

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New Study: Electronic Cigarettes Vapor Has NO Toxic Effect

In a recent study, scientists have found electronic cigarette vapor has NO toxic effect on the cells found in human lungs. Fresh research, funded by British American Tobacco (BAT), suggested inhaling nicotine vapor could be as safe as breathing air. To perform these experiments, the tobacco giant teamed up with the MatTek Corporation, maker of human cell models used