E-Cigarettes Carry Much Less Risk of Lung Cancer Than Cigarette Smoke, Study Finds

By Iqra Mumal (Lung Disease News) E-cigarettes carry much less cancer risk than tobacco smoke, although some types are more risky than others, a study shows. The research, “Comparing the […]

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E-cigarettes are less addictive than regular cigarettes, Penn State study finds

By Jim Lewis (Reading Eagle) Brandan Hansberry, a 21-year-old warehouse worker, sits on a barstool at the Vapor Cafe in Ephrata, puffing an electronic cigarette in a haze of berry-flavored […]

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PATH study indicates that e-cigs are less addictive than regular cigarettes

By Diane Caruana (VapingPost) Despite the fact that many studies have already found that e-cigarettes are significantly safer than tobacco cigarettes, misinformation and bad publicity about the products keep spreading […]

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New study comes the closest yet to proving that e-cigarettes aren’t as dangerous as smoking

  By Carl Alexander (Cancer Research UK) It’s just over a decade since e-cigarettes first hit the shelves. And since then there’s been an explosion in their popularity, with almost […]

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New York Times editorial shoots at Big Tobacco, hits innocent vapers instead

By Guy Bentley (Washington Examiner) The editorial board of the New York Times found itself in the curious position Wednesday of attacking Big Tobacco by supporting regulations that wipe out […]

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What The New York Times Gets Wrong On Vaping Regulation

By Sally Satel (Forbes) Yesterday, the New York Times published an editorial titled “Big Tobacco Attacks Sensible F.D.A. Vaping Rules.” Two points for debate surface immediately. First is the question of just […]

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