E-cigarette exposure in children rises 1400 percent in pediatrics study, even as vaping industry feels the heat from the FDA. There has been a long-running debate on whether vaping and the use of e-cigarettes is a safer alternative to traditional… Read More
A new study reveals that the use of e-cigarettes don’t actually help smokers quit. In fact, the study revealed that e-cigarettes reduce the probability of a smoker quitting by at least 28 percent.
Senior author Stanton Glantz said, “We found… Read More
The chemical flavoring in e-cigarettes has been linked to an increase in respiratory diseases. The chemical, diacetyl, was found in 75 percent of e-cigarette flavorings, which were tested by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Other potentially… Read More
More evidence is growing regarding the dangers of e-cigarettes, and now the latest findings show cases of acute hypersensitivity pneumonitis in users. The findings come from researchers at the VA Hospital in White River Junction, Vermont. The researchers report that… Read More
A special report has been released on e-cigarettes from Nicotine and Tobacco Research which includes 12 original investigations, one brief report and three letters. The report covered topics pertaining to market trends in U.S. retail, the use of e-cigarettes among… Read More
People thinking that their e-cigarettes are safe, might have to think again. On Thursday, the California State Senate passed a bill to regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products.
These electronic smoking gizmos generally contain nicotine, which is heated in a flavored… Read More
Whether you’ve been smoking for one year, 10 years or almost your whole life, time and time again people have told you it’s bad for you. Maybe you’ve tried quitting numerous times before, but you can’t quite seem to kick… Read More
Smoking leads to one thing and one thing only: Poor health.
Smoking cigarettes has been shown to impact all the body’s major systems – cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive – and lead to many forms of cancer. Smoking causes one in five… Read More