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CDC Study On E-Cigarettes And Teens Suffers From ‘Fatal Flaw,’ Says Expert
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A window display with different colour models electronic cigarettes is seen in a shop in Paris October 8, 2013. The European Parliament voted on Tuesday to water down proposed tobacco legislation, rejecting an immediate ban on menthol cigarettes and …

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New Study Finds Exhaled E-cigarette Vapour Particles Disappear Within Seconds
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 20 April 2016 – A new study being presented today at the 4th Workplace and Indoor Aerosols conference in Barcelona shows, for the first time, that exhaled e-cigarette particles are liquid droplets that evaporate within seconds.

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Early PATH Study Findings Reveal E-Cigarette Trends
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ecig Early findings of the PATH study from the FDA have revealed growing trends in the e-cigarette market. One of the most important areas of research in the tobacco industry is electronic cigarette use, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has …

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Cornell Study Finds Raising The Vaping Age Actually Increases Teen Smoking
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Published in Preventative Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine investigators found an 11.7 percent increase in teen cigarette use after states introduced new age restrictions for e-cigarettes between 2007 and 2013. Legislators across the country are …

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Study Vaporizes One Of The Biggest Health Claims Against E-Cigarettes
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A man smokes an electronic cigarette vaporizer, also known as an e-cigarette, in Toronto, August 7, 2015. Many of the world’s junior miners are laying down their picks and shovels to start new ventures ranging from egg exporting to e-cigarette company, …

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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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Yale study finds state youth e-cig bans lead to increased traditional …
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States that have banned the use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers by those under age 18 — including North Carolina — have experienced an increase in youth traditional cigarette smoking, according to a Yale University study. The paper by …

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E-cigarettes connected to problematic drinking, study finds
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Amsterdam, October 28, 2015 – Using e-cigarettes is related to problematic drinking, according to new research published in Addictive Behaviors. In a study involving around 1400 people, researchers also found that more women than men use e-cigarettes …

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E-cigarettes 95% safer than smoking? Controversy over new study
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A new publication by Public Health England has been attracting controversy after it claimed that smoking e-cigarettes was 95% safer than using tobacco. However, the claim was based on research which was funded by the e-cigarette industry — a conflict …

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Controversial study suggests e-cigs draw young smokers to regular cigarettes
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“This is the question people are asking: Are e-cigarettes helpful for people as a gateway out of cigarette smoking, or might they also be a gateway in?” said Brian A. Primack, director of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Research on Media …

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Public Release: 20-Aug-2015 Study finds e-cigarette use linked to cough reflex …
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Glenview, Ill. (August 14, 2015)–The popularity of electronic cigarettes has steadily increased worldwide, but little is known about their effects on health. New research suggests that the single use of an electronic cigarette approximating the …

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