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E-cigarettes ‘poison the airways and weaken the immune system’
www.medicalnewstoday.com

In the US, the use of e-cigarettes tripled from 4.5% in 2013 to 13.4% in 2014 among high school students, and from 1.1% in 2013 to 3.9% in 2014 among middle school students, surpassing rates of youth cigarette smoking. In the 25-44-year age group, 20 …

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Vaping ‘cherry’ e-cigarettes riskier than other flavours
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Washington D.C, Jan 29 : Electronic cigarettes come in enticing flavours like “cherry crush” and “vivid vanilla,” but now a team of researchers has shed some light on whether or not those ingredients are safe enough for the lungs.

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Scientist Exposes ‘Sham’ Methodology Linking E-Cigarettes To Smoking
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“Instead, the study measures – at follow-up – whether the participants had used an electronic cigarette any time in the past year,” he continued. “They could have used an e-cigarette for the first time the previous day, for example, and would still be …

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FDA Advisor Pleads Ignorance Of Imminent E-Cigarette Prohibition
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Vape Lab employee Leonardo Verzaro uses an E-Cigarette while working on August 27, 2014 in London, England. The Department of Health have ruled out the outlawing of ‘e-cigs’ in enclosed spaces in England, despite calls by WHO, The World Health …

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Researchers criticise study claiming e-cigarettes may lower chances of …
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Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, reviewed the findings of 38 e-cigarette use studies from around the world and concluded that smokers who use the “vaping” devices were 28 per cent less likely to successfully give up smoking …

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E-Cigarettes, As Used, Aren’t Helping Smokers Quit, Study Shows
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Electronic cigarettes are widely promoted and used to help smokers quit traditional cigarettes, but a new analysis from UC San Francisco found that adult smokers who use e-cigarettes are actually 28 percent less likely to stop smoking cigarettes. The …

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A smartphone you can smoke: Is the Jupiter e-cigarette mobile the ultimate …
www.mirror.co.uk

The Jupiter IO 3 is the world’s first e-cigarette phone, allowing you to make phone calls and inhale nicotine vapour from the same device. A blower in every sense of the word, it was first revealed in November last year, and details on it are still a …

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UK Regulators License BAT E-Cig As Quit-Smoking Medicine
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LONDON: 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 the UK. The decision to license BAT …

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Scientists find e-cigarettes could damage cells, may lead to cancer
www.ibtimes.com.au

Two products of electronic cigarettes were found to cause damage on cells that could promote the development of cancer. A new study shows both the nicotine and nicotine-free version of the products damaged the cells and adds to the growing health risks …

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Congressman fights for his right to be a vapebro
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That’s actually a sort of uncommon result for users of electronic cigarettes, as a Reuters poll earlier this year found that about 75 percent of Americans who vape continue to use traditional tobacco products, but good on Duncan the Handsome Leaner.

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E-Cigs’ Inconvenient Truth: It’s Much Safer to Vape
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Daniel Walsh was first drawn to electronic cigarettes for the same reason millions of smokers have taken up the devices. “I was a guy who could work 20 hour days and juggle a number of complex projects, but I couldn’t quit,” says Walsh. “It was my …

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E-cigarette makers fail to win exemption from FDA rules
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Under the agency’s draft rules, e-cigarettes could not be sold to anyone under the age of 18 and their makers would be required to include health warnings stating that nicotine is addictive. Manufacturers would also be required to disclose their …

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