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Smoking Rates Continue to Decrease With Growing Vaping Market

By C. Bosco July 27, 2017 217 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from Vaping Post: http://bit.ly/2uFv25j

“The substantial increase in e-cigarette use among US adult smokers was associated with a statistically significant increase in the smoking cessation rate at the population level”, said the latest study published on BMJ.

Evidence Shows Vaping Is NOT Sparking A Rise In Youth Smoking

By B. Anderson March 16, 2017 828 Views 1 comment

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Vaping is not serving as a gateway to traditional smoking, and inaccurate reporting on the health effects of electronic cigarettes is hurting the chances of smokers who are trying to quit, according to a new medical research paper.

Report: E-Cigs Have “Very Encouraging” Tobacco Harm Reduction Potential

By C. Bosco January 31, 2017 799 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from Vaping Post: http://bit.ly/2kNRAeM

A scientific report that emphasizes the harm reduction potential of e-cigarette has been released by researchers at the University of Victoria, BC (Canada). Gateway effect, secondhand exposure and emissions are some of the topics addressed by the authors who conclude in a "very encouraging" harm reduction perspective for vaping devices.

Study Debunks "Vaping Gateway To Smoking" Theories

By C. Bosco January 26, 2017 751 Views No comments

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This is a reblog from the Daily Caller: http://bit.ly/2jveeK9

Another group of researchers is sounding the alarm on the supposed dangers of vaping, warning it’s “clear that e-cigarettes act as a gateway to smoking.”

A new study from the University of California, San Francisco claims to have found no evidence electronic cigarettes played a part in the youth smoking rate drop, and are actually converting vape users into full-time smokers.

U.S. Smoking Rates Continue To Decline

By C. Bosco November 12, 2016 692 Views No comments

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This is reblog from NPR: http://n.pr/2fhDn9J

The number of cigarette smokers in the United States has dropped by 8.6 million since 2005 — and that fall could be accelerated by a tobacco tax just passed in California.