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Vaping IS Better for you than smoking cigarettes… and it’s right the government has finally admitted it By George Butterworth, Cancer Research UK’s tobacco policy manager | September 22nd, 2017 Tobacco is the world’s leading cause of preventable death, accounting for around 6 million deaths each year. FOR the first time, a government public health campaign has backed e-cigarettes as a way for smokers to quit. Stoptober, an annual campaign run by Public Health England, gives smokers a range of options to support them to stop, including Stop Smoking Services,Read More
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Teenagers who try e-cigarettes double their risk for smoking tobacco cigarettes, according to a new study. By news-medical.net | September 18th, 2017 The study — from the University of Waterloo and the Wake Forest School of Medicine — found that students in grades seven to 12 who had tried an e-cigarette are 2.16 times more likely to be susceptible to cigarette smoking. “Since e-cigarettes came on the market there has been a debate about whether their use may lead to cigarette smoking,” said Bruce Baskerville, the co-author on the studyRead More
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Posted On July 12, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

The Effect Of Vaping On Your Gums And Teeth

An overlooked issue with electronic cigarettes or vaping is the impact they can pose to the oral health. By Phong Nguyen | July 10th, 2017 While working in the dental field, I am thrilled to hear my patients make the switch to vaping as a healthier alternative and witness the improvements on their overall systemic and oral health. Research does indicate that vaping is vastly healthier in upwards of 98%, but does this mean vaping is completely safe for your teeth? Few things really are. The truth is, many vapers either haven’tRead More
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Remember when Prime Minister Stephen Harper was accused of muzzling scientists? By Derek James | February 26th, 2017 The CBC reported his government brought in “strict procedures around how its scientists are allowed to speak about their research to the media.” These scientists claimed to “live in a culture of fear,” and the popular narrative was that the government was suppressing important scientific information and silencing critics. Regardless of the accuracy of those stories, there is legitimate concern when a government appears to be impeding the public’s ability to accessRead More
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Last month in December, the former director at CDC Michael Eriksen attracted significant attention online by tweeting in favor of electronic cigarettes. By Diane Caruana | January 3rd, 2017 In his tweet, Erikson retweeted and commented about a status from a vaping advocate which talked about ex-smokers helping current smokers quit the deadly habit via vaping. “This is what’s exciting about #ecigs and #vaping…peer to peer helping smokers quit combustion. Lets end #smoking as we know it!”, read Erikson’s tweet. But why did this tweet attract so much attention? Because the CDC isRead More
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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
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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
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Posted On September 21, 2016By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

Protecting Lungs From Smoke and Pollution

It is welcome news that last year vaping contributed to a record number of people in England becoming long-term ex-smokers. By Richard Hyslop & Caroline Russell | September 20th, 2016 If the government, working with the responsible vape industry, introduced a proportionate regulatory regime for the sector then vape products could help even more smokers switch to vaping. But regulations introduced in May of this year will restrict advertising of vape products; remove higher-strength nicotine e-liquid and larger tanks from the market; and force all products, including those not containingRead More
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Evan Wright, 18, started smoking cigarettes and cigars early in high school. By Michele Munz | September 8th, 2016 He sometimes smoked three cigars a night and began to have serious breathing problems, he said. A year ago, he started vaping, which delivers nicotine in an appealingly flavored aerosol without all the toxic chemicals that come from burning tobacco. His breathing problems went away. “Every day, I get the urge to go buy a cigar or a pack of cigarettes, but I pull out the vape and inhale the strawberryRead More
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One of the most salutary examples of people in authority getting risks wrong is a paper written in 1955 by the first head of the environmental cancer section of the US National Cancer Institute, Wilhelm Hueper. By Matt Ridley | September 12th, 2016 The title was “Lung cancers and their causes” and he was absolutely convinced that “cigarette smoking is not a major factor in the causation of lung cancer”. He thought this was a cheap shot by the chemical industry to divert attention away from pesticides. We now knowRead More