For Vapers There is Light in the Darkness

Dr. Gilbert Ross, M.D. weighs in on the current state of vaping in an encouraging post over at the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)

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Vaping Emits Less Formaldehyde than Previously Thought

Motherboard takes a look at a recently released study, showing that e-cigarettes actually release much lower levers of formaldehyde than previously held.

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New York Court Rules Vaping Is Not the Same as Smoking

"A New York court has ruled that, under state law, vapers can’t be charged for violating anti-smoking rules because—as millions of vapers have been repeating for years—vaping isn’t smoking. This is the latest sign of a gradual acceptance by lawmakers and legal systems that the distinction between the two is genuine and significant. In the face of imminent federal regulations, that distinction is paramount to the vaping industry."

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E-cigarettes being used by 2.2m as trend for fewer smokers continues

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An article published in the Daily Mail reviews the decrease of people who smoke, alongside the rise of vaping in Britain. 

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Stop already with the ludicrous witch hunt over vaping

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In an amusing Op-Ed from RDR yesterday, freelance writer S. Smith weighs in on threat of looming regulations on the vaping industry. 

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E-Cigarettes Could Be Behind Sharp Rise Of Successful Attempts To Quit Smoking

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"E-cigarettes could be behind the sharp increase in the number of people in England who have successfully quit smoking. The Smoking Toolkit Survey. . . has released figures showing the success rate for people trying to quit smoking jumped from 14 percent in 2011 to 23 percent in 2016. . .  The increase is out of the ordinary, says Michael Siegel, a professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Boston University School of Public Health."

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