The key here is to not believe everything you read which is often easier said than done When reading an article on a topic you care and wish to know more about make sure the article comes from a reputable source that it is factual and doesn?t manipulate research to suit the viewpoint it?s trying to get across If you?re concerned about whether or not e-cigarettes are safe then looking to trusted medical companies is a good place to start For example we looked at an article by Cancer Research UK; ?New study comes the closest yet to proving that e-cigarettes aren?t as dangerous as smoking? This article presents a balanced argument acknowledging that trustworthy research has struggled to keep pace with the popularity of vaping whilst nodding at their high levels of safety in comparison to traditional cigarettes
Every vaper has heard the maddening claim that candy and fruit flavors are aimed at children We know that adult vapers use flavors to get away from the experience of burning tobacco We know it because we?ve all experienced it!
We?ve got you covered! Here are some common topics seen in bad news stories on vaping and a study that addresses and refutes each one At the end is a group of literature reviews that answer all kinds of questions and make perfect links to include in e-mails to legislators and local council members
Hey there?s a study every week that shows something in vapor But many studies ? including this one from Dr Goniewicz and others ? have proven that the toxicants are at far far lower levels than those found in smoke
Students as young as 12 or 13 are now more likely to vape than to smoke Many are under the impression that because e-cigs don?t contain tobacco they pose little risk to health Wrong
Last October his team showed those vapors inflame mouth cells in ways that could potentially promote gum disease That gum damage can destroy the tissues that hold teeth in place So severe gum disease could lead to tooth loss