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The rapid emergence of vaping (e-cigarette use) has led a University of Queensland researcher to seek Australian participants for a large-scale international study. By MedicalXPress | October 18th, 2016 School of Public Health Senior Research Fellow, Dr Coral Gartner, said there is a need for quality research on vaping as a harm reduction strategy, as well as how policy impacts vaping and smoking behavior – particularly smoking cessation. “We are looking for 600 vapers in Australia to take part in the study which involves completing three online surveys over fiveRead More
I’ll start with a personal statement- By Hafidz Baharom | October 17th, 2016 I come from a family of smokers, and some have moved to vaping as a conscious choice to reduce harm and foregoing cigarettes entirely. With it now being hard to find spare parts and even licensed sellers going bust, many have fallen off the wagon not just in my personal circle, but most probably in many parts of the country as well. As such, the question above needs to be asked not just from a Malaysian standpoint,Read More

Posted On October 13, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

Big Tobacco Study Shows E-Cigs 97% Less Toxic

The British American Tobacco Company in conjunction with the UK’s Taylor and Francis Group is releasing a new scientific study By Matt Rowland | October 9th, 2016 with a dedicated focus on the potential toxicity of e-cigarette vapor on human lung cells.  What makes this study so different from many of the others sponsored by the FDA is that the sponsor, British American Tobacco, manufactures both conventional tobacco cigarettes and the electronic variety. REAL DATA USING TRULY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH TECHNIQUES It also utilizes truly scientific research techniques involving laboratory experiments onRead More

Posted On October 13, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

Strawberry E-Liquid May Be Poisonous

When it comes to e-cigarette safety, flavourings added to the liquid nicotine burned in the devices may influence how much the fumes lead to health problems By Lisa Rapaport | October 10th, 2016 a recent study suggests. Researchers tested vapour released by a variety of devices filled with some popular e-cigarette flavours – tobacco, pina colada, menthol, coffee and strawberry – to compare levels of chemicals known to cause inflammation and cell damage. They also looked at how much these chemicals appeared in tobacco smoke and in smoke-free air. AsRead More
Stores that sell e-cigarettes aren’t required to get a state license By Melissa Krause | October 13th, 2016 but under a proposed Williston city ordinance that would augment current tobacco policy, they will have to seek the same license as stores that sell other tobacco products. The popularity of e-cigarettes — known as vaping — has driven a new market of storefronts that currently fall outside of the North Dakota Century Code. Any location that sells tobacco products must seek a $15 state license, but stores that sell only e-cigarettesRead More

Posted On October 12, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Market & Industry

Regulating The Vape Industry

Proposed regulations on vaping are welcomed by many in the business, as long as they don’t go too far. By Krista Conrad | October 12th, 2016 Kathleen Hurtak, manager of Dieslpunk Vape Co. in Okotoks, said their store is pleased to see age restrictions as well as cleanliness and health standards come into play in the industry. “I think it’s great for regulations to come in, especially enforcing not selling to minors and that sort of thing,” said Hurtak. Health Canada announced Sept. 27 it would bring forward legislation thisRead More
Don’t fall prey to the “pack mentality” that comes with a trend By Antony Czeto | October 11th, 2017 Vaping is getting more and more popular in Canada. People think of vaping as a way for smokers to wean themselves off of nicotine. This works well — a little too well, in fact. A troubling number of people who use vapes use them recreationally, to the point where there’s now a “vape” subculture. As happens regularly in our world, we’ve taken something that a small group of people genuinely enjoy, blownRead More
Is vaping less harmful than smoking? The research may not be so clear cut. By Ryan Biek | October 9th, 2016 Take a recent study, which tested both e-cigarette vapor and cigarette smoke on lung cells and found e-cigarettes to be much less harmful. In fact, e-cigarettes only damaged the cells when vapor levels were unrealistically high. The study argues that a normal amount of e-cigarette use isn’t toxic. Even though the study was peer-reviewed, some are saying people should take the findings with a grain of salt given who fundedRead More

Posted On October 10, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

Scientists Want To Understand Vaping Behavior

New scientific test delivers greater insight to inform future scientific studies on vaping. By R&D AT BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO | October 10th, 2016 If you are a vaper, scientists want to know how you vape because understanding this is an essential first step to understanding how vaping products are used and the potential they may have to reduce harm caused by smoking. In the largest study of its kind, scientists from British American Tobacco and Nicoventures have developed a test to examine vaping behaviour and then used it to inform theirRead More

Posted On October 6, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Gary Johnson Wants To Save The Vape Industry

Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson has a simple message for American vapers: Let me be your hero. By Hudson Hongo | October 5th, 2016 The Johnson campaign recently became the first to openly champion vapers’ rights, issuing a statement criticizing last week’s suspiciously vape-less presidential debate. “What you’ll never hear from those candidates is how the economy is being killed by excessive regulation,” wrote Jim Wallace, the Johnson campaign’s national director. “Vaping, a new industry offering products as a healthier alternative to smoking, is about to be regulated out of existence.Read More