Vaping Study Finds No Adverse Health Impact From Long-Term Use

A new vaping study funded by Fontem Venture, which owns the Blu e-cigarette brand, has found long-term vaping to have no adverse impact on human health. While some are sure to question its validity based on who funded it, a company that owns one of the most popular e-cig brands, the study, which was published …

New Study Shows Some Smokers Do Not Benefit From Vaping

While tobacco and vaping companies alike, some of which are now one in the same, are pushing vapes as an alternative to traditional smoking methods, namely cigarettes, it appears as if not all smokers benefit from this tactic, as the findings of a new study suggest that some smokers are actually smoking more cigarettes, possibly …

New Research Suggests E-Cigarettes Are Likely Far Less Harmful Than Cigarettes

Researchers from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, working under a congressional mandate, examined a trove of scientific research in what they’re touting as one of the most comprehensive studies on the health implications of electronic cigarette use. Based on the evidence they examined, which is notably limited due to the short period …

Vaping Study Links Daily Use To Increased Success Rate With Quitting Smoking

In a bid to help evaluate what role, if any, e-cigs play in tobacco harm reduction, researchers Daniel P. Giovenco with Colombia University Mainmail School of Public Health’s Department of Sociomedical Sciences and Cristine D. Delnevo with Rutgers School of Public Health’s Center for Tobacco studies banded together to conduct a new study. According to …

Vape Cancer Study: Quit Smoking Now, Vaping Is That Much Healthier

According to the findings of a new study led by Georgetown Lombardi professor of oncology David Levy, PhD, replacing cigarette smoking with vaping would result in the world’s smoking population living significantly longer. How long exactly? According to their research, 86.7 million years longer, to be precise. The study, which was conducted by a team …