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November 25, 2017

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Are Electronic Cigarettes Making You Gain Weight While Increasing Your Cardiometabolic Risk?

According to research (full article – requires subscription to Obesity Reviews) published by Obesity Reviews, the answer is yes. Electronic cigarette smoking has the same deleterious effect on weight and metabolic parameters as traditional cigarettes. Noting that smoking increases insulin resistance and contributes to other features of the metabolic profile, Ann A. Verhaegen, M.D., and Luc Van

New Study: Cohort Study of Electronic Cigarette Use

The British Medical Journal recent published a new study back in June “to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of e-cigarettes, by comparing users of only e-cigarettes, smokers of only tobacco cigarettes and dual users.” Measuring the “sustained abstinence from tobacco cigarettes”, their study found roughly 40 percent disparity between the smokers that used electronic cigarettes to combat traditional tobacco cigarette smoking, and

Study: E-Cigarette Retailer V2 Reveals Users Reaction to FDA Regulations

A new study completed by the electronic cigarette retailer V2 has revealed reactions of vapors to the recent decision from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to extend federal regulatory control to e-cigarettes. They survey 300 adult vapers from across the United States between 16 May and 20 May. Among e-cigarette users surveyed, 74% believe that electronic cigarettes

Research and Markets: United States E-Cigarette Device Analysis

The U.S. Accounted for Approximately 44% of the Total E-Cigarette Market Value as of 2015 A recent report on “The U.S. E-cigarette and Vaporizer Device and Aftermarket” is a meticulous compilation of the various facets of the e-cigarette industry. After a thorough analysis of the current trends, the market dynamic chapters include the key push

US and UK Disagree Over E-Cigarette Consensus

US and UK Disagree Over E-Cigarette Consensus

Public Health England (PHE), the United Kingdom’s governmental body equivalent to the United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has stated that their review of the evidence has found that electronic cigarettes are 95 percent less harmful to health than combustible cigarettes and should be recommended for smoking cessation and harm reduction. This is, however, the complete

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New Study: Evidence E-Cigarettes are Harmful on the Rise

Research currently be conducted by University of Louisville (UofL) professor Daniel J. Conklin, Ph. D, has sparked a national multi-billion dollar industry debate against regulators and health advocates. Daniel J. Conklin, Ph. D, professor in UofL’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, stated that he has found more potential harmful effects which indicates an exposure to e-cigarette vapor damages blood vessels within

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