Next month’s EU regulation that restricts the sale and marketing of e-cigarettes could have an adverse effect, putting off potential quitters and send users back to tobacco, an expert has warned.
A study funded by British American Tobacco has reaffirmed previous reports that e-cigarettes are not as dangerous as cigarettes when it comes to DNA mutation or damage.
According to statistics from a national study into teenage tobacco trends, the main initiation age of vaping is between 17 and 18, whilst smoking is most commonly taken up three years earlier.
Smokers from Sheffield are wanted for a three-year Sheffield Hallam University study into using e-cigarettes to quit smoking.
You may have seen him on your Instagram feed demonstrating some of his unbelievable vape tricks. With an exceptional ability to manipulate vapour and blow ridiculous shapes, ‘vape god’ Austin Lawrence received 1.4 million views on his latest video.
New research has shown that restricting teenagers from vaping pushes young adults back to smoking.
E-cigarette regulations can impact the effectiveness in vaping as a smoking cessation method, according to research published in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
According to findings published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence, data suggesting that those who use e-cigarettes are more likely to start smoking may be in accurate.
A new astonishing report from the Office of National Statistics has claimed that Britain leads the way in Europe when it comes to quitting smoking for vaping – with one Brit swapping smoking for vaping every four minutes.
Despite appeals to support e-cigs for health purposes, Australian authorities have turned down the opportunity to legalise e-liquid containing nicotine.