E-Cigarette Reviews and Rankings

Controversial Study Links Vaping to Heart Attack, Coronary Artery Disease, Stroke and Depression

Another day, another study about the negative impact of e-cigarettes on users' health; this time, it's research from the University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita which found that people who vape are more likely to have a heart attack, coronary artery disease, strokes and depression.

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Misleading Study Links Vaping to Wheezing When the Research Itself Shows Otherwise

A newly-published study by researchers at the University of Rochester and the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center concluded that vaping is associated with increased risk of wheezing and related respiratory symptoms, when the evidence provided in the actual only suggests that wheezing is a symptom of current or past tobacco smoking.

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Regular E-Cigarette Among Britain’s Youth Remains Extremely Low, New Research Shows

In a time when US states and the Food and Drug Administration are preparing e-cigarette bans to deal with a "teen vaping epidemic", scientific data from the UK shows that regular e-cigarette use among the country's youths remains extremely low. An

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New Research Suggests E-Cigarettes Are Linked to Higher Risk of Stroke and Heart Disease

A study by the American Heart Association, a fervent opponent of electronic cigarettes, found that e-cigarette users had a higher risk of suffering a stroke stroke and heart disease than people who didn't vape. Yup, it seems that electronic cigarettes expose users to about the same risks as smoking, including an increased probability to suffer a stroke or develop heart disease at some...

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Vaping “Twice As Effective” As Nicotine Replacement Therapy for Quitting Smoking, English Study Finds

According to the results of a year-long, randomized control trial carried out in England, electronic cigarettes are almost twice as likely to help smokers quit as conventional nicotine replacement therapies like nicotine patches, gum or sprays. The trial was conducted in Britain and funded by the National Institute for Health Research and Cancer Research UK. For a one-year period 886 adult...

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New Study Suggests E-Cigarette vapor Is Just as Harmful to Lungs as Cigarette Smoke

A team of Australian researchers recently published the findings of a study where they compared the effects of e-cigarette vapor, heated-tobacco vapor and tobacco cigarette smoke on epithelial cells and smooth muscle cells found in human airways. They concluded that all three were dangerously toxic. Forget all that mumbo-jumbo about

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E-Cigarettes Considerably Less Harmful Than Tobacco Cigarettes, Public Health Review Suggests

An annual public health review conducted by researchers from some of the most prestigious universities and institutes in the United States suggests that vaping has the potential to save millions of lives, but warns that a harm reduction approach to public health is required in order for e-cigarettes to reach their full potential.

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Vapers Exposed to Considerably Less Toxicants Than Smokers, New Study Suggests

According to a recently published study that analyzed biomarkers of toxic chemicals in the urine of thousands of participants, vapers are exposed to considerably less carcinogens and metals than smokers and dual-users. Conducted by a team of researchers led by Maciej Goniewicz of the Roswell Park Cancer Center and published in the journal

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Clinical Study Suggests Vaping Can Help Chronic Smokers Quit

According to a clinical study conducted by a team of researchers from the European Institute of Oncology (IEO), at the University of Milan, electronic cigarettes, even those containing zero nicotine, can hep chronic smokers quit or at least cut down on cigarettes considerably. Italian researchers selected 210 chronic smokers through the COSMOS 2 project -  a long-term screening program...

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Vapers Have the Same Flourishing Gut Bacteria as Non-Smokers, First of Its Kind Study Finds

An international team of researchers recently analyzed the gut bacteria of tobacco smokers, e-cigarette users and non-smokers, and found that while smokers exhibit significant changes to their microbiome, vapers and non-smokers have the same mix of gut bacteria. Researchers collected bacteria samples from throughout the digestive tract - including in the mouth and gut - of  10 e-cigarette...

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