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December 16, 2017


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New Study: Teens Who Use E-Cigarettes Might Transition To Real Tobacco (or will they?)

A new Study, funded by the National Institutes of Health and conducted by University of Southern California researchers, supposedly shows a clear link between teens who use electronic cigarettes and those who eventually move on to the traditional cigarettes. Though this “link” is not clearly established by said research, it does not seem to matter: the existence of


Percentage of U.S. Cigarette Smokers Down 15%

New data coming from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s (CDC) 2015 National Health Interview Survey, an annual survey that tracks a variety of public health issues, reports smoking rates have fallen dramatically since 1965, when 42 percent of adults smoked. Likewise, a new government survey reveals that the U.S. smoking rate continues to decline as well, with


New Study: Switching to E-cigarettes Reduces Toxicant Exposure.. Even for Dual Users

Adults who wanted to quit smoking cigarettes, among both who switched to using only electronic cigarettes and those who dual used e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes had significant reductions in exposure to carbon monoxide and the toxicant acrolein, according to a study published in Cancer Prevention Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. Hayden McRobbie, MB,


E-cigarettes 95% Safer Than Tobacco Study Under Scrutiny

Official advice proclaiming electronic cigarettes are 95% safer than tobacco is under scrutiny due to the fact the study was based on research by industry-funded scientists. Public Health England (PHE) called last week for e-cigarettes to be prescribed on the NHS as part of this game changing study of medical evidence. The agency claimed that using e-cigarettes was 95 percent safer than smoking traditional cigarettes. It


New Study: E-Cigarettes Reduces Cough Reflex Sensitivity

New research conducted by a team of scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center in New York, suggests that the sensitivity of the cough reflex is reduced by just a single puff of an electronic cigarette, which can expose the smoker to as much nicotine as one would get from


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


New Study: E-cigarettes 95% Less Harmful Than Tobacco

Electronic cigarettes are close to 95 percent less harmful than tobacco and should be promoted as a tool to help smokers quit, a study by an agency of Britain’s Department of Health stated on Wednesday. E-cigarettes have surged in popularity on both sides of the Atlantic but health organizations have so far been wary of advocating them as a safer


New Study Busts E-Cigarettes Gateway To Teen Smoking

New study proves there is no link between teens taking up electronic cigarettes and then transferring to regular tobacco, this according to the anti-smoking group Action on Smoking and Health. Published in the journal Public Health and conducted with polling company YouGov, the research showed teens are experimenting more with e-cigarettes. In 2013, four percent of


New Mathematical Model Predicts E-Cigarette Nicotine Output

Scientists in the United States have developed the first model that can predict the amount of nicotine emitted by an electronic cigarette, with up to 90 percent accuracy. Researchers from Virginia Commonwealth University collected data from various e-cigarette devices, the concentration of the e-juice, and the length of time a vapor might inhale from one puff.  The researchers then

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