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Spanish study confirms e-cigarettes are an effective stop smoking tool

Data obtained from a recent Spanish study shows e-cigarettes are an effective harm reduction tool for smoking cessation. Spanish vapers association, Anesvap, has released data that backs up the results of countless previous studies. The main findings from the research highlights that smoking does not act as a smoking gateway for young people, it is also not as addictive as traditional cigarettes and helps to dramatically reduce smoking rates. 99.6% of vapers in Spain are adults, with an average age of 35. Of these vapers, 79% are female and 20%... Read More

Non-Vapers on Vaping: A Survey

In 2017, the number of smokers in the UK reached it’s lowest point since 1974, with over a million people turning to e-cigarettes to kick the habit.  Public Health England has spoken out about the fact that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking, however, doubts still plague those who are unsure about the effects of vaping and whether the increase in use is a positive thing. Ask an e-cig user what they think and you will no doubt hear the success stories, the people who have used e-cigarettes to quit smoking,... Read More

E-Cigs “less addictive” than regular cigarettes

Research released by researchers at Penn State College of Medicine shows that vapers are less dependent on electronic devices, compared to smokers using regular cigarettes. The Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Center for Tobacco Products. It consists of an ongoing national survey of tobacco use of over 30,000 participants, both young and old. By filtering the responses, researchers were able to refine the group to 3,586 regular smokers and vapers. Researchers found that vapers tend to reach... Read More

US study confirms secondhand vapor is harmless

An air sampling study by the California Department of Public Health indicates that the levels of toxic substance present in a vaping area are insignificant. The California Department of Public Health has carried out a number of air sampling tests in vape shops across the state, forming part of their initiative to confirm the effects of secondhand vapor. The studies were carried out by Public Health Expert Dr. Michael Siegal, who stated “This study, although conducted under very high exposure conditions in a small, non-ventilated vape shop with many employees... Read More

50% of UK vapers give up smoking

More than half of the UK’s e-cigarette users have since given up smoking, according to a recent study. A study by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) has revealed that more than half of British vapers have stopped smoking completely. This data has been welcomed by vaping activists, highlighting a drop in ‘dual use’ which public health activists had warned could be on the rise. The ASH study shows that there are around 2.9 million vapers in the UK, with 1.5 million of these now classed as ex-smokers. Ann McNeill,... Read More

The Tobacco Products Directive 2016 – what does it mean for e-cigarettes?

As e-cigarettes have got more popular in recent years, it was only a matter of time before the EU introduced certain regulations to maintain the industry. Though it officially became law on 20 May 2016, many are still unsure exactly what effects the TPD will have on the average vaper. In this article we’ll be examining the advantages and disadvantages of the bill and how it relates to e-cig users.   A limit on e-liquid strength The EU is limiting the concentration of nicotine in e-liquid, believing high-strength liquids could... Read More


The Tobacco Products Directive

As many of you may already know, the Tobacco Products Directive is being rolled out across Europe and it has the potential to do a lot of damage to the vaping industry. If you don’t know about the Tobacco Products Directive, it is the body that creates the laws surrounding the manufacture and sale of tobacco products and it has been doing so for the last ten years. It is responsible for things such as the graphic health warnings that cover packets of cigarettes and pouches of tobacco. In 2012,... Read More


Is an E-Cigarette Ban the Right Path to Take?

Vaping is gaining more popularity, and it is also gaining more attention from governments around the world. Countries such as America have mixed views as each state has its own laws surrounding the issue whereas countries such as Norway run a partial two-tier system. With no particular direction on the subject, many governments are struggling to come to a conclusive decision. At present, it is unlikely that a full e-cigarette ban will happen in the UK, with the Department of Health having already ruled it out. However, the debate rages... Read More


What Do People Think About E-Cigarettes? Survey Results

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EU Commission Consider an E-Cigarette Tax

If the EU Commission has their way, e-cigarettes could soon be taxed in the same way that normal cigarettes are, making vaping much more expensive. E-cigarettes give people an alternative way of consuming nicotine by inhaling a vaporised liquid, rather than burning tobacco. An e-cigarette tax similar to the taxes on tobacco would push people away from vaping and prevent many from trying a safer alternative. The government has been putting a high tax on tobacco for decades in an attempt to lower the rates of smoking. At the moment,... Read More