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    1. Researchers Analyze the Effects of Vaping

      Currently a group of researchers in the US have teamed up to analyze the various aspects of vaping in order to determine the possible health effects these devices may potentially pose. The researchers have been divided up into three teams, each evaluating different areas of the e-cigarette industry. The first group of researchers has been assigned to count the number of puffs taken by numerous volunteer vapers. more...
    1. New Study Confirms No Heart Effects from Vaping

      A new study by Dr. Konstantin Farsalinos and colleagues from the Onassis Cardiac Center in Athens published their latest findings regarding the physiological effects of vaping compared to conventional cigarettes. The study included 40 e-cigarette users and 36 heavy smokers, all of which were considered healthy. Both groups had their cardiac functions and responses evaluated before and after either smoking one cigarette or vaping for 7 minutes. more...
    1. Teen Smoking Declines to Lowest Rate in 22 Years

      According to the CDC’s annual Youth Behavior Surveillance Report, teen smoking rates have dropped to the lowest level in the history of the CDC’s monitoring. This major decrease in teen smoking is the lowest is has ever been in 22 years. more...
    1. Researchers Find E-Cigarette Misinformation Is Doing It’s Job

      For the past few years the news has been saturated with contradicting and frustrating headlines for e-cigarette users and smokers alike. Every week it seems a new conflicting statement or “study” is being released from either the anti or pro... more...
    1. Study Finds Link between E Cigarette Use and Smoking Cessation

      A recent press release in Addiction Journal published the findings of University College London’s (UCL) latest smoker survey in which they discovered electronic cigarettes have nearly a 60% success rate when used to quit smoking. more...
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