E-Cigarette Reviews and Rankings

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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SHOCKING! Study Finds That Adult Vapers Prefer Sweet Flavors Too

Even though the FDA is currently enforcing a previously-issued ban on e-liquid flavors as a way to combat the so-called youth vaping epidemic in the United States, a new study from the Penn State College of Medicine found that most adult e-cigarette users love savory vapes too.

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EVALI Study Finds Majority of Victims Vaped THC, Still Blames Vaping in General

The first ever study to look at chest X-ray and CT imaging of teens diagnosed with the dreaded EVALI respiratory condition was recently published in the medical journal Radiology. Despite finding that over 90 percent of the patients involved in the study having reported vaping tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-containing products, researchers still decided to blame vaping in...

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Study Analysis Suggests Vaping Helps Youths Quit Smoking Tobacco

New research published by scientist at NYU School of Global Public Health shows that the majority of middle and high school students do not vape, and those that do are current or former smokers. 2019 has not been a great year for vaping; in fact, one could strongly argue that it has been the worst year since the inception of vaping and electronic cigarettes. Apart from the now common...

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Study Links Vaping to Juvenile Delinquency

According to a new study from the University of Texas at San Antonio, teenagers who vape have a higher risk of engaging in criminal activities like violence and property theft. It turns out that

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New Research Suggests Vaping is Not a Gateway to Smoking for Youths

Despite what you may have read in the newspapers or on mainstream news websites, several studies and surveys show that vaping does not push teenagers to smoking. The latest evidence of that comes from the UK and New Zealand, where two separate studies have concluded that vaping is not a gateway to smoking for...

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Cross-Sectional Study Finds No Significant Association Between Vaping and Heart Disease

A new study published in the American Journal of Medicine found no significant association between e-cigarette use and heard diseases. The findings come just one month after a similar study linked vaping to heart attacks coronary artery disease and even depression. So what's the truth?

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