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    1. Here's a new study that debunks that earlier one about formaldehyde

      Remember that study from a couple months ago that suggested ecigarettes could deliver more formaldehyde to your lungs than regular cigarettes? Well, it seems a new study has arrived to back up what many of us were already thinking. more...
    1. Did a study actually make a case against vaping as a smoking cessation aid?

      The Daily Mirror has been all over a new study that suggests ecigarettes don't just fail as a smoking cessation aid, but that they actually make it harder to quit. more...
    1. Research shows this weird eliquid flavour can boost sexual performance

      Doctors hate that some of our very own Vapemate customers have gotten in on this naughty little secret!

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    1. Can You Really Vape Your Vitamins?

      While the e-cigarette industry continues to gain popularity with a steady increase of individuals converting from smoking to vaping everyday, it only seems logical that more bold, unique, and intriguing e-liquid flavors and devices have begun to appear on the market. Vapemate for example has a variety of caffeinated e-liquids, ranging from different types of energy drinks, soft drinks/sodas, and coffee e-liquids. These caffeinated e-liquids have jump started a revolutionary trend across the vaping industry… integrating additional safe ingredients to e-liquids which can enhance the vaping experience. more...
    1. So What Exactly Am I Vaping?

      There has been a lot of controversy in the news as of late on what exactly E-Juice is and how it contains trace amounts of poison or how one of the main ingredients is actually anti-freeze. Let’s break down all of the ingredients one by one and put this controversy to bed. E-Juice is composed of 3 major elements, nicotine, flavoring, and your base which is a combination of PG (Propylene Glycol) and VG (vegetable glycerin).

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    1. Australia Fears Future of E-Cigarettes

      Professor Mike Daube, West Australia’s tobacco control expert, has gone on record to state he is incredibly concerned about the repercussions of his country’s citizens utilizing electronic cigarettes and the unknown health effects they may pose. In addition to the belief that tobacco companies are only producing electronic cigarettes in order to get their names out to the public through advertising, Professor Daube also believes many of the tactics used by tobacco companies are directed towards gaining the attention of children and young adults. Professor Daube even went so far as to depict e-cigarettes as “a weapon of mass destruction”, and demands further research be conducted before determining whether they are actually safe and effective smoking alternatives. more...
    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...
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