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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Vaping’s uncool? My lungs don’t care about your fashion tips

Dismissing e-cigarettes as ‘uncool’ ignores the health benefits the devices offer to legions of smokers By Mark Gentili (Sudbury.com) Cards on the table: I don’t hate smoking. Never have. Likely […]

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What E-Cigarettes Can Teach Us About Fake News

By Libby Coleman (OZY.com) “Fake news” is a two-word combination that’s been more popular in 2016 and 2017 than “Beyoncé’s baby.” The criticisms of duplicity swing both ways, right and […]

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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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Proper regulation of e-cigs seen to prevent sickness, deaths

(Philippine Daily Inquirer) Appropriate regulation of electronic cigarettes or “vapes” can help prevent serious sickness and the premature death of millions of cigarette smokers in the Philippines, according to a […]

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Young people do not associate e-cigarettes with increased likelihood of smoking

(Medical Xpress) New peer-reviewed research published today in Drugs Education Prevention and Policy shows that e-cigarettes are not increasing the likelihood of tobacco consumption and may in fact be contributing […]

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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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