Electronic Cigarettes May Reverse the Harm Resulting From Tobacco Smoking in COPD Patients

A new study out of the University of Catania, Italy suggests that electronic cigarettes may reverse some of the harm resulting from tobacco smoking in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). 

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Don’t let fearmongering guide vaping debate

Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association (AVA), urges readers to consider "real facts and sound science" and not let misinformation guide the debate about vaping. 
 
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E-cigarette tariffs are a threat to public health

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Tariffs on vapor products won't just cause vapor stores around the country to shutter their doors - they're a threat to public health.

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Heart Foundation misinterprets results of vaping study

The Australian Tobacco Harm Reduction Association (ATHRA) details the way in which the recent flawed study out of the University of California - San Francisco misleads readers with claims that vaping daily will "nearly double the odds of a heart attack".

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E-Cigarettes Are Toxic Chemical Free Says US Government

A study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has finally debunked claims vape contains toxic formaldehyde.

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The FDA must resist the irrational fear of vaping

An opinion piece by Guy Bentley for the Washington Examiner urges the FDA proceed with caution in regulating e-cigarettes, because "while industry regulation is vital, control is deadly, and regulating too much can be just as lethal as regulating too little."

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New Study Indicates E-Cigs Are The Preferred Smoking Cessation Aid

Researchers took a closer look at data generated by the FDA-funded Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) to ascertain the efficacy of e-cigarettes as smoking cessation aids. They found that e-cigarettes are "a more popular choice than approved pharmaceutical products as a smoking cessation aid among US quit attempters, over three quarters of whom were daily smokers."


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New Research Bolsters Case for E-Cigarettes

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Gallup recently announced that American smoking rates have hit an a record low of 16 percent. Evidence suggests that e-cigarettes deserve some of the credit. 

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