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The role that electronic cigarettes and vaporizers may play in helping smokers quit gained another research boost last week. By Richard Craver | August 23rd, 2017 Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and the Rutgers School of Public Health determined that 52 percent of daily e-cig users in a study had quit smoking in the past five years, compared with just 28 percent of adults who had never tried e-cigs. Researchers said it was one of the first studies “to reveal the patterns of cessation prevalence among e-cigarette usersRead More
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There’s still a lot we need to figure out about e-cigarettes when it comes to their health impacts By Signe Dean | July 31st, 2017 But smoking definitely kills, and regulators in the US have a new plan for tackling the problem. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced a comprehensive new roadmap for regulating tobacco products, and they have dramatically shifted their focus to nicotine addiction. And as part of the new plan, some of last year’s stringent regulations on vaping are going to be relaxed. The FDARead More
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Agency to pursue lowering nicotine in cigarettes to non-addictive levels and create more predictability in tobacco regulation By FDA News Release | July 28th, 2017 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced a new comprehensive plan for tobacco and nicotine regulation that will serve as a multi-year roadmap to better protect kids and significantly reduce tobacco-related disease and death. The approach places nicotine, and the issue of addiction, at the center of the agency’s tobacco regulation efforts. The goal is to ensure that the FDA has the proper scientificRead More
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New government plans to reduce smoking have been revealed – but will they work? By Alex Ballinger | July 19th, 2017 Employers are being encouraged to allow staff to vape and use e-cigarettes in the office – to help them quit smoking. The government’s Tobacco Control Plan, released this week, reminds companies that e-cigarettes are not illegal in offices and it is up to the employer to decide if they can be used in the workplace. Published by the Department of Health, the document sets out the government’s plans to moveRead More
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Some state legislators are trying again to cripple the vaping market. Press of Atlantic City | July 9th, 2017 They’ve revived last year’s proposal to restrict the nicotine-bearing vapor produced by electronic “cigarettes” to just three flavors — tobacco, menthol or clove. In short, they want to ensure that vaping, the more healthful alternative to smoking tobacco tastes like the cancer-causing habit it helps people overcome. The legislators, led by state Sen. Joseph Vitale, D-Middlesex, claim that any other of the hundreds of vaping flavors already in the market couldRead More
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You will find news headlines, social media posts, viral website stories and a lot more bashing vaping in one way or the other. By Sam Allcock | June 5th, 2017 There are so many common lies people tell you about e-cigarettes. Now it’s up to us to start changing the public perceptions of vaping. You don’t need to believe in just one poorly done study and its finding lashing at vaping and totally ignoring how vaping is bringing changes in lives of public. We are bringing you some studies hereRead More
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Here we go again. It seems Anti-Vape affiliates are Still Blowing Smoke up the @s$es of America’s general public with recycled lies. By Tony Ottomanelli II | May 26th, 2017 Of course, many already are well aware of the FDA American’s rights to promoting harm reduction products to ensure the safety of one another now includes policymakers and regulators to require outlandish mandatory impossibilities, unless vape advocates mobilize and assist one another in surviving these threats and attacks (i.e. PMTA). The New York State has clearly reached “high priority” statusRead More
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As the United States cracks down on rules governing e-cigarettes, a wide-ranging study in Britain has revealed how the technology is helping smokers to give up harmful tobacco. By David Reid | May 8th, 2017 Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that production and marketing rules for cigarettes and roll your own tobacco will now extend to the sales of e-cigarettes, cigars as well as pipe and hookah tobacco. The new rules come into effect at the beginning of August 2017. Now, a new report suggestsRead More
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Proponents of electronic cigarettes applauded the recent dismissal of former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and hope his replacement will be more accepting of the tobacco-alternative practice called vaping. By Jennifer Graham | May 1st, 2017 Murthy, a Harvard-educated physician appointed by former President Barack Obama, was an outspoken critic of e-cigarettes during his 28-month term. The nurse installed as his temporary replacement was Murthy’s deputy, but it’s not yet clear if Rear Adm. Sylvia Trent-Adams shares her former boss’s opinion that e-cigarettes are a public health threat — or, forRead More
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Federal health regulators continue to de-emphasize electronic cigarettes and vaporizers as smoking-cessation options even as they acknowledge increased use of the products for that purpose. By Richard Craver | April 17th, 2017 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Thursday a 26-month study of 15,943 adult cigarette smokers. It was published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease. The goal was determining what may be the most effective ways of quitting smoking among 10 common methods. The study determined that 74.7 percent of survey participants used multiple methods during theirRead More