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The evidence keeps piling up: e-cigarettes are definitely safer than smoking

Although not harmless, the evidence is unequivocal that vaping is much safer than smoking. But misinformation and scaremongering could still be putting people off switching. For the average person seeking more information on vaping, a quick internet search offers little factual information. So much misinformation stating there is no difference how traditional cigarettes or vaping …

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The IBVTA weighs in on the New York University vaping study

The Independent British Vape Trade Association (IBVTA) weighed in on the New York University’s recent vaping study that made headlines worldwide this week. A recent New York University vaping study made headlines this week. Scientists and the vaping community alike are outraged by the reckless research. The controversial study claims that vaping increases the risk of …

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Real world research on effects of e-cigarettes commences

Researchers in New Zealand has embarked on a big research project, looking at the effects of e-cigarettes in the real world with regards to quitting smoking. Dr Natalie Walker, associate director at National Institute for Health tobacco and addictions programme in New Zealand, is lead on this e-cigarettes study. E-cigarettes have been widely available since the …

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