However the most shocking aspect of this article is that the author describes dripping as the action of ?dropping e-cigarette liquid onto the hot coils of the device to produce more smoke and flavor? What dripping actually is is directly applying e-liquid to the coil and wick within the e-cig whilst it is at room temperature This soaks the wick enabling you to happily vape away However as dripping means you have to build a custom atomizer and wrap and connect a coil yourself it seems a little far-fetched that this is a habit many teenagers will have taken up The research this article uses also bases its study on the usage of tobacco; which e-cigarettes don?t even contain
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
Those who have carefully considered all of the medical evidence ? Public Health England and the Royal College of Physicians ? have concluded that the potential of serious vaping danger is probably very low The RCP says vaping is unlikely to exceed five percent of the harm from smoking tobacco
These highly respected tobacco researchers found no evidence of a gateway and even implore their colleagues to make room for vaping as a tool to prevent smoking
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!
The researchers recruited participants from Greater London by placing advertisements in newspapers and online posters in pharmacies and though marketing companies