E-Cigarette Reviews and Rankings

Tobacco Control Expert Raises Alarm About Poor Quality of Vaping Studies

In order to develop strategies for properly regulating electronic cigarettes, we must first understand how they work and what effects they have on our health. For that, objective research is key, but as one German tobacco control expert points out in a recent editorial, e-cigarette research seems to be more quantity than quality lately. In an interesting op-ed

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Small Study Finds That Vaping Improves Blood Vessel Elasticity in Smokers

The cardiovascular system is one of the most affected by prolonged tobacco smoking, but a small Greek study shows that vaping can considerably improve arterial elasticity in smokers in just a few months. Researchers from the cardiology, hematology and pharmacology departments of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens conducted a small study entitled "

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E-Cigarette Vapor Does Not Compromise Bone Density, Animal Study Suggests

According to a new study conducted by a team of European scientists, electronic cigarette vapor doesn't appear to have a negative effect on bone structure, unlike cigarette smoke which significantly decreases both bone density and volume fraction. We've long known that smoking has numerous adverse effects on our health, but apart from the respiratory and cardiovascular functions, most of...

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Data Suggests That E-Liquid Flavors Aren’t Driving Youths to Vaping

E-cigarette opponents have long been advocating for a federal e-liquid flavor ban, claiming that enticing flavors are one of the main causes of the "vaping epidemic that is addicting a generation of kids", but hard data paints another picture. According to a number of youth surveys over the past three years, e-liquid flavors are far from the main driver pushing young Americans to try vaping. A...

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Study Claims Vaping Is Just as Bad for Blood Vessels as Smoking, Ignores All Evidence to the Contrary

A scientific study recently published in the Journal of the American Heart Association suggests using electronic cigarettes is just as harmful for blood vessels as smoking tobacco. The research, co-authored by Jessica Fetterman, assistant professor of medicine at Boston...

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Yet Another Study Debunks the Popular “E-Cigarette Gateway” Theory

A recently published observational study published in the journal PubMed shows that e-cigarettes do not push youths to smoking, and that they are in fact diverting them from much more harmful cigarette smoking. One of the most popular argument of vaping opponents is

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French Study Suggests Nicotine Could Help Prevent or Treat Covid-19

According to a recent study co-authored by renowned French neurobiologist Jean-Pierre Changeux, nicotine may help prevent infection with the novel coronavirus or treat severe symptoms of the respiratory disease it causes. At a time when everyone keeps saying how dangerous smoking and vaping are because of the risk of coronavirus infection, a group of French scientists claims that there is...

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New Research Shows How EVALI Illness Negatively Impacted Public Perception of Vaping

A research paper recently published by the National Bureau of Economic Research clearly shows that the public's perception of electronic cigarettes changed for the worse during and after last year's EVALI lung disease crisis, mainly due to media and Government...

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Study Suggests Using Advanced Vape Mods Makes People Smoke More

A new study published in the online journal Pediatrics analyzed the smoking patterns of American youth over a period of one year and determined that vape mods make young people smoke more... The study, entitled "E-Cigarette Product...

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New Study Shows That Vaping Is More Effective Than Counseling for Smoking Cessation

It's rare that we see positive studies on vaping these days, let alone ones that show how effective electronic cigarettes are compared to classic smoking cessation methods. And yet one just came out this week! In a clinical trial presented at the American...

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