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Is Vaping Meds the Future? Vaping's Impact on Medical Advancements

By C. Bosco March 15, 2016 1505 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from author: Neel Patel. Original article: http://bit.ly/1QT1F4p

Vaping is not just trend piece fodder anymore; it’s a mainstream habit. Still — despite the best efforts of the vaping congressman — it hasn’t exactly become a routine part of every day life. Vaping is not a major part of non-bluetooth headset wearing Americans lives, but it could be in the not too distant future...

Vaping Emits Fewer Carcinogens Than Previously Thought, Study Says

By C. Bosco March 8, 2016 5157 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from author Kaleigh Rogers. Original article: http://bit.ly/1nssvWr.

Good news for vapers who aren’t keen on sucking back a chemical widely used in embalming fluid: e-cigarettes don't appear to emit as much formaldehyde as previously thought, and tend to emit levels much lower than cigarettes, according to a study published this week in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology...

US Department of Transportation Says "No" to Vaping on Planes

By C. Bosco March 3, 2016 1927 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from author Trevor Mogg. Original article: http://bit.ly/1QuYQ7e

If you’re a frequent flier who’s relying on e-cigarettes to crack a serious smoking habit, it looks like you may have a problem.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DoT) has just banned the use of the vaping device for all commercial flights “on U.S. and foreign carriers involving transportation in, to, and from the U.S.” The ban also covers all charter (nonscheduled) flights of U.S. and foreign carriers where a flight attendant is part of the crew.

Users can still carry it on board, but just can’t puff away on it...

"They made a mistake": Scientist Claims Latest Anti-Ecig Study is Blowing Smoke

By C. Bosco March 1, 2016 2603 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from author Guy Bentley. Original article: http://bit.ly/1TllXHB

Leading e-cigarette expert dismissed a study from Hong Kong’s Baptist University that claims e-cigarettes are a million times more harmful than the city’s air. The study, first reported in the South China Morning Post, is raising eyebrows among e-cigarette researchers. “I am almost certain they made a mistake,” Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos, a cardiologist working as a researcher at Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, told The Daily Caller News Foundation via email...

More Smokers Quitting Successfully: Does Vaping Play a Role?

By C. Bosco February 17, 2016 2418 Views 1 comment

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This is a reblog from author Guy Bentley. Original article: http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/16/e-cigarettes-cou...

E-cigarettes could be behind the sharp increase in the number of people in England who have successfully quit smoking.

The Smoking Toolkit Survey which provides information about smoking and smoking cessation in England has released figures showing the success rate for people trying to quit smoking jumped from 14 percent in 2011 to 23 percent in 2016 – a rise of nine percentage points...

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