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By Matt McConnell

Monday August 21, 2017
vapers are 3 times more likely to quit smoking as non vapers

The National Institutes of Health has found that 52% of daily vapers have quit smoking. That number is three times the quitting rate of smokers that are not vapers. The data was compiled from the National Health Interview Survey . Here are the survey highlights:   Over half of daily e-cig users in the sample quit smoking...

Is Vaping As Addictive As Smoking? PATH Study Says No

By Tyler McCanus

Tuesday June 20, 2017
is vaping as addictive as smoking

Is vaping as addictive as smoking? We have new evidence that is adding to our ability to come closer to a definitive, incontrovertible conclusion. The latest Path study is showing us that vaping is not as addictive as smoking. This is actually not surprising and I will elaborate on that shortly. But first let me give you the details...

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Vaping Does Not Pollute Indoor Air According To Study

By Ken Baughman

Friday June 16, 2017
san diego state university study shows vaping does not pollute indoor air

Researchers at San Diego State University had an ambitious agenda. They wanted to understand why incidents of childhood respiratory conditions like asthma is so prevalent. To that end, they set out on a massive study to research which particulates are polluting the air in our homes. This study was not about second hand vapor . Nonetheless, the results...

NIH And FDA Vape Study Finds Youth Vape To Reduce Risk

By Paul Rucci

Wednesday April 12, 2017
do young people vape because of the sweet flavors

It’s not about the flavors. Young people are not getting into vaping because of the attraction of e-cig and e-liquid flavors. In a combined National Institutes of Health and FDA vaping study, 418 individuals between 12 and 17 found that reducing the risk of smoking is the main reason that youth vape. Young people are not being attracted by...

More Evidence That The Vaping Gateway Theory Is A Lie

By Tyler McCanus

Thursday March 16, 2017
virginia commonwealth university vaping gateway theory does not hold water

A Virginia Commonwealth University electronic cigarette study has accidentally contributed to the debunking of the vaping gateway theory. The idea that people start vaping and then transition to cigarettes is not true. While the researchers tried to claim that their study suggested a gateway from vaping to smoking, the numbers don’t appear to back that up. They

Social Media Vape Study-43% Used Ecig To Quit Smoking

By Paul Rucci

Tuesday March 14, 2017
san diego state university social media study into electronic cigarette use

A new and creative vaping study conducted by University of San Diego researcher John W. Ayers yielded very interesting results. The study results were published in the journal PLOS ONE. This study was actual a great idea and let’s tell you about it. Much of the data that we collect is based on survey data. Mr. Ayers...

New Youth Survey Shows Vaping Does Not Lead To Smoking

By Tyler McCanus

Friday March 10, 2017
does vaping lead to teen smoking

A new study published in Drugs: Educations Prevention Policy journal has found that youth and teenagers that vape are not likely to start smoking cigarettes. The study results are based on a survey of 50 teen and youth vapers aged 16 to 26. According to the survey of young vapers, their goal was to reduce the harm...

Teens Trying Dripping But Not Likely The Old School Way

By Matt McConnell

Wednesday February 22, 2017
how dripping has changed

Recently, alarms were raised on the heels of a Yale University School of Medicine led study that found that 25% of teen vapers have tried dripping. The teen dripping story was picked up by all of the major media outlets. How did the research team come up with these results? They identified teens that vape and asked...

Long-Term Study Shows Vaping Reduces Carcinogens

By Tyler McCanus

Saturday February 11, 2017
university college london study shows vaping is less harmful than smoking

A long-term University College London vaping study has shown that electronic cigarettes reduce the exposure to toxins compared to smoking. The study tested the long-term exposure to carcinogens in five different groups. The five groups were smokers, vapers, dual users, NRT (nicotine replacement therapies like the patch) users and finally people who used NRT products while still smoking...

E-Cig Age Limits Linked To Increased Smoking In Pregnant Teens

By Matt McConnell

Monday January 30, 2017
banning vaping increases teen smoking rates

In 2015 a Yale electronic cigarette study found that teen smoking rates increased in areas where e-cig sales to minors were banned. Last week a Canadian e-cigarette study from the University of Victoria concluded that in areas where vaping is more heavily restricted teen smoking rates increase. We now have another electronic cigarette study that has resulted in a...

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