E-Cigarette Reviews and Rankings

Vaping More Effective That NRT at Helping People Quit Smoking, Scientific Review Finds

Cochrane, one of the world's most respected evidence-based medical organizations, recently published its 2020 review of electronic cigarettes, concluding that they are more effective at helping people quit smoking than conventional nicotine therapies.

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E-Liquid Flavors Harmful to Zebrafish Embryos, Study Finds

It sounds like a headline from The Onion, but this is no joke, a group of Canadian researchers actually exposed zebrafish embryos to e-cigarette vapor and concluded that vaporized flavorings are bad for them... Scientists at the University of Calgary recently published one of the most

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Preliminary Study Confirms Antibacterial Properties of E-Liquid

Researchers at the Center of Excellence for Harm Reduction in Italy have conducted a study that confirms the antibacterial properties of e-liquids, both in liquid and vapor forms. Propylene glycol (PG), and vegetable glycerol (VG), the two...

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Vast Majority of American Doctors Believe Nicotine Causes Cancer, Shocking Survey Reveals

A recently-published survey conducted by a team from the prestigious Rutgers University shows that over 80% of American physicians have serious misconceptions about nicotine. We've known for quite a while now that the constant

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E-Liquid Ingredients Mix to Create New, Harmful Chemicals, Heavily Contested Study Claims

There's a new vaping study going around claiming once again that vaping is very dangerous, this because the ingredients in e-liquid mix when vaporized and create new and harmful compounds. Published by researchers at Duke University, in North Carolina, the study suggests that chemicals produced by e-cigarettes combine inside user's lungs to create entirely new compounds that appear to be...

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Higher E-Cigarette Use Rates NOT Associated With Vaping-Related Lung Injuries, Study Finds

A recently published study from the Yale School of Public Health  suggests that higher rates of vaping and marijuana use are associated with fewer EVALI cases. EVALI is an acronym for 'e-cigarette or vaping associated lung injury', but according to new research, e-cigarette and marijuana vaping in general is not the cause of the potentially deadly condition. Research at the Yale School of Public...

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French Institute Compares Toxicity of Tobacco Cigarettes, Heated Tobacco and E-Cigarettes

A team of researchers at the Pasteur Institute in Lille, France conducted a series of experiments and chemical analyses as part of a study to offer a clear risk comparison between smoking, vaping and using heated tobacco products. Their results are interesting, to say the least...

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E-Cigarette Use Not Associated with Heavy Metal Presence in Blood and Urine, Study Finds

According to a new study from researchers at West Virginia University, levels of heavy metals in the blood and urine of e-cigarette users are not were similar to the ones observed in people who didn't smoke or vape. The study, titled Association of...

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Enticing E-Liquid Flavors Help Smokers Quit, Cohort Study Finds

According to a new scientific study from the Yale School of Public Health, enticing e-liquid flavors like desserts and fruits are more likely help smokers quit compared to tobacco flavors. While several U.S. states and a number of other countries, including the Netherlands and Australia, have announced or already implemented a

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Flawed Study Concludes Vaping Is Not Much Better Than Smoking for Vascular System

A so-called "major new analysis" of data from a range of studies on smoking, vaping and waterpipe smoking concluded that all three are very dangerous for the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Another day, another negative article on electronic...

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