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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 […] Source: v2

Comprehensive Evidence Review Concludes That Vaping is Far Less Harmful Than Smoking


A recently published comprehensive meta-analysis of over 800 peer-reviewed scientific studies on the effects of vaping on human health has concluded that based on the evidence presently available “e-cigarettes are far less harmful than conventional cigarettes, containing fewer and lower levels of toxic substances” and “may help adult smokers quit smoking conventional cigarettes”. Commissioned by the U.S. […] Source: v2

Controversial Study on Mice Suggests Vaping Could Cause Cancer in Humans


Public health experts and tobacco researchers have long been saying that it’s not the nicotine that kills smokers, but the many other carcinogens contained by tobacco cigarettes. However, according to a recent study by researchers at New York University, the nicotine in electronic cigarette vapor can cause DNA damage and impair cells’ DNA repair mechanism, […] Source: v2

Peer-Reviewed Clinical Trial Finds No Adverse Health Effects from Long-Term Vaping


Regular use of electronic cigarettes over long periods of time has no adverse impact on health, according to the findings of a 24-month peer-reviewed clinical trial due to be published next month in the journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology. Entitled “Evaluation of the Safety Profile of an Electronic Vapour Product Used for Two Years by Smokers […] Source: v2