E-Cigarette Reviews and Rankings

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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Study Finds THC Vaping Causes Lung Injury in Youths, Warns About Vaping in General

A new study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic found that teenagers who regularly vape THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are likely to develop EVALI, aka "e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury". Published in the Journal of Pediatric Pulmonology, the research...

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Controversial Study Suggests Vaping May Cause Gum Disease

According to a new study on the effects of vaping on the oral microbiome, using e-cigarettes, even without nicotine-containing e-liquid, causes drastic changes that may lead to gum disease. Titled Adverse Effects...

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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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