What The U.S. Government Doesn’t Want You To Know: E-Cigs Work
Quitting smoking is astoundingly difficult: only about 3% stay quit at 6 months without help. Using nicotine replacement therapy increases that to 9%. The more effective but often-maligned drug Chantix (varenicline) increases it to up to 33% at six months, but after a year, smoking cessation ...Continue Reading...
Second Hand Vapor Study Results…
A 2014 Drexel University Study finds “no apparent concern” for bystanders exposed to e-cigarette vapor – even under “worst case” assumptions. Actual Study Report: Background: Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are generally recognized as a safer alternative to ...Continue Reading...
URMC Awarded $2.1 Million to Study E-Cigarettes
Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center have received a $2.1 million federal grant to help them study E-cigarettes. The five-year study, supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health in conjunction with the FDA, will be used to help shape federal regulations on ...Continue Reading...
Doctors Recommend E-Cigarettes So Patients Quit Smoking
Some argue that e-cigarettes are going to help people stop smoking, while others say they’re a health hazard and a gateway drug of sorts to spur young people into real cigarettes. But a new study has discovered that more doctors are now recommending them to patients to help curb their tobacco ...Continue Reading...
The E-Cigarette Salvation
According to a recent study out of England, Vaping is 60 percent more effective for quitting cigarettes than nicotine patches, gum, or going cold turkey, but even though e-cigarettes are tar-free doesn’t mean they’re risk-free. Though Vaping is so new that there are no studies on ...Continue Reading...
Are You Worried About Nitrosamines?
E-cigarettes appeal to so many people because they claim to offer all of the pleasure of smoking in an exponentially safer package, but anti-e-cig groups are always keen to point out that they contain carcinogens, even ‘helpfully’ pointing out that “that means it causes cancer.” For those of us ...Continue Reading...
Can You Quit Smoking?
A good majority of smokers trying to quit will try the cold turkey method at least once in their lifetime. By “cold turkey” we mean they will attempt to abruptly stop smoking cigarettes all together. While this may be the cheapest method used to quit smoking, it is definitely not the easiest. ...Continue Reading...
Top 10 Studies on Nicotine You Need to Know About
As vapers, the vast majority of us are addicted to nicotine. E-cigarettes can realistically be thought of as nicotine delivery devices, providing hordes of ex-smokers with the drug they crave without the vast quantities of harmful chemicals you find in tobacco smoke. Many people who argue ...Continue Reading...
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