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Simulation offers glimpse of how e-cigarettes could impact smoking decades from now

Simulation offers glimpse of how e-cigarettes could impact smoking decades from now

Vaped Magazine April 26, 2016 0

As the popularity of electronic cigarettes and calls to regulate them continue to grow, a University of Michigan study may help answer those who wonder what changes might be seen in smoking prevalence if

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“Experts” Finally Suggest That E-cigarettes May Do More Good Than Harm

“Experts” Finally Suggest That E-cigarettes May Do More Good Than Harm

Vaped Magazine April 25, 2016 0

Use of vaprized nicotine products, especially e-cigarettes, may reduce overall smoking and potentially lower deaths from cigarette smoking, a team of international tobacco control experts has claimed. The experts are prompting regulators at the

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Ontario Taking Further Steps to Protect People from Second-Hand Smoke and Vapor

Ontario Taking Further Steps to Protect People from Second-Hand Smoke and Vapor

Vaped Magazine March 10, 2016 0

Ontario is proposing to strengthen its smoking laws to better protect people from second-hand smoke, whether from a tobacco product or medical marijuana. The province is also proposing changes to regulate the use, sale,

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CHERRY FLAVORED E-CIGS CONTAIN THE MOST BENZALDEHYDE

CHERRY FLAVORED E-CIGS CONTAIN THE MOST BENZALDEHYDE

Vaped Magazine February 1, 2016 0

Regardless of the type of smoke, most of us can probably agree that cigarettes are bad for you – by that I mean unhealthy. With recent inventions such as the e-cigarette however, people are

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Researchers Turn Their Attention to Diacetyl in E-Cigarettes

Researchers Turn Their Attention to Diacetyl in E-Cigarettes

Vaped Magazine January 13, 2016 0

On December 8, 2015, researchers at Harvard University announced that they had examined a small sample of flavored e-cigarette products and found that some contained diacetyl, a chemical suspected of causing respiratory illness. In

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Alcohol in e-cigs can affect motor skills, Yale study shows

Alcohol in e-cigs can affect motor skills, Yale study shows

Vaped Magazine January 12, 2016 0

Some commercially available e-cigarettes contain enough alcohol to impact motor skills, a new Yale University School of Medicine study shows. E-cigarettes deliver nicotine by vaporizing liquids, which often contain alcohol and other chemicals in

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UK regulators license BAT e-cigarette as quit-smoking medicine

UK regulators license BAT e-cigarette as quit-smoking medicine

Vaped Magazine January 4, 2016 0

Britain’s drug regulators have given the go-ahead for a British American Tobacco electronic-cigarette vaping device to be sold as a quit smoking medicine, the first such product to be given a drug license in

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Penn State study: E-cigarette safety claims going up in smoke

Penn State study: E-cigarette safety claims going up in smoke

Vaped Magazine December 31, 2015 0

The safety of electronic cigarettes just got a little murkier with the results of a study from Penn State College of Medicine that suggest they carry risks for cell damage and even cancer. “There

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Flavored E-Cigarettes May Be Worse For You Than Nicotine

Flavored E-Cigarettes May Be Worse For You Than Nicotine

Vaped Magazine December 9, 2015 0

“An exotic fusion of pineapple and coconut with champagne infused blueberries.” “Creamy milk chocolate and rich peanut butter flavors.” No, these are not excerpts from the dessert menu at a fancy hotel. They’re some

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Canadian e-cig use highest amongst smokers and young people, says study

Canadian e-cig use highest amongst smokers and young people, says study

Vaped Magazine December 7, 2015 0

The use of electronic cigarettes is predictably high amongst smokers, but a new study from researchers at The University of Waterloo says the use of ecigs by young Canadians is also a trend. The

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