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Posted On February 9, 2018By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

New Study: Vaping Increases Pneumonia Risk

A new study suggests that e-cigarettes could make users more vulnerable to infections such as pneumonia By Rich Haridy | February 7th, 2018 A new study investigating the effects of vapor from e-cigarettes is suggesting that long-term “vaping” could make people more susceptible to bacterial lung infections including pneumonia. Last month the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine published a comprehensive report examining the health effects of e-cigarettes. While the study conclusively suggested that e-cigarettes certainly expose users to lower levels of toxic substances than conventional cigarettes, it also found thatRead More
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A year after St. Louis and St. Louis County passed legislation to raise the age of purchasing tobacco products to 21, teenagers are still possessing these products at a high rate. By Chad Davis | January 2nd, 2018 A 2016 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration shows that while the number of teenage tobacco users has declined, the number of teenagers who use electronic cigarettes is greater than those who use conventional cigarettes. In 2016, among current tobacco product users, 47.2%Read More
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Drinking, smoking and drug abuse are on the decline among American teenagers, in some cases falling to the lowest levels seen in decades, according to the latest results from an annual nationwide survey. By Karen Kaplan | December 13th, 2017 About 1 in 3 middle and high school students surveyed in 2017 said they had used some kind of illicit drug sometime in their life. Two decades ago, that figure was 43%. Likewise, 17% of students surveyed in 2017 said they smoked cigarettes at least once, and 26% said theyRead More
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Anyone wondering if they should ditch smoking, head to a vape shop, and take up vaping instead can gain a lot of insight from a new study. By Andy Beal | November 7th, 2017 It says e-cigarettes are many thousands of times healthier for people than smoking tobacco. The study, which will be published in the Journal of Aerosol Science in January, examined the lung cancer risk for people who are active vapers and those in their immediate vicinity. It looked at the particles in vapor given off by e-cig devices toRead More
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Posted On November 2, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Vaping: A Good Alternative To Smoking

Despite the known bad effects of cigarette smoking to a human’s health, many still go and puff a cigarette. By Northern-Iowan.org | November 2nd, 2017 With the coming of the electronic cigarette, the smoker who wants to lessen the bad effects of cigarette to their body has switched to vaping since it is a healthier alternative to smoking. Checking out this, the following list of reasons why many smokers switch to vaping. Health Matters Studies have shown that the vaping are healthy alternative compared to cigarette smoking since cigarette containsRead More
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Although vaping has been around since 2004, the real uptick in vapers only happened several years ago- By EconoTimes.com | October 30th, 2017 when the industry ironed out the kinks and presented casual users with a wide variety of easy-to-use vaping devices. Since then, the vaping community has been under constant attacks from vaping opponents, most of which are able to secure serious coverage by the mainstream media. One of the more debated issues is the supposed danger of secondhand vaping. Similarly to smokers, vapers have been accused of polluting theRead More
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High-schoolers who smoke e-cigarettes with high nicotine levels are more likely to smoke the same devices long term and have a higher chance of starting to smoke cigarettes- By Laura Kelly | October 23rd, 2017 researchers concluded in a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics. The new findings come as the Food and Drug Administration is evaluating implementing a standard level of nicotine in cigarettes, one that is shown to keep people from becoming addicted to smoking, especially young people, of which around 2,500 youth smokeRead More
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Researchers say it could save millions of lives, but only if cigarette smokers make the switch. By Amy Martyn – ConsumerAffairs.com | October 4th, 2017 Trading in cigarettes for vaping could spare as many as 6.6 million American smokers from early death, according to researchers from the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. But whether vaping actually helps people quit their cigarette addictions is a controversial question that the Georgetown researchers do not address in that figure. The Centers for Disease Control estimate that cigarettes (including exposure to secondhand smoke) kill 480,000 Americans each year.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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Teen vaping, which has been skyrocketing, fell dramatically last year in the United States. By Mike Stobbe | June 15th, 2017 A government survey released Thursday suggests the number of high school and middle school students using electronic cigarettes fell to 2.2 million last year, from 3 million the year before. Health officials have worried about the booming popularity of vaping products among kids and the potential impact on adult smoking rates in the future. “It certainly is a public health win,” said Brian King, an expert on smoking andRead More