FDA Reveals First Wave of E-Cig, Tobacco Study

Last week’s Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Conference included numerous tobacco and nicotine-related presentations, most notably select data from the first wave of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and National Institute of Health’s Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study. “E-cigs were a big topic in the PATH study, along … Read moreFDA Reveals First Wave of E-Cig, Tobacco Study

Study Vaporizes One Of The Biggest Health Claims Against E-Cigarettes

A new study calls into question one of the most frequently cited arguments for regulating e-cigarettes and doubting their potential to reduce harms caused by smoking. Published in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, the study shows levels of the carcinogen formaldehyde emitted from e-cigarettes are significantly lower than levels found in regular cigarettes. E-cigarettes work by … Read moreStudy Vaporizes One Of The Biggest Health Claims Against E-Cigarettes

Teens Who Use E-cigs More Likely To Smoke Regular Cigarettes Later- Study

First tobacco cigarettes and now electronic cigarettes! Smoking has increased in popularity among teens over the last several years. Now, researchers have found a strong association between e-cigarette use and onset of tobacco cigarette smoking among teen smokers. Teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to start puffing the real tobacco cigarettes a year later, … Read moreTeens Who Use E-cigs More Likely To Smoke Regular Cigarettes Later- Study

Here Is The Correction This Scientist Dropped On Her Own Anti-E-Cig Study

The lead scientist on an e-cigarette study that sparked a wave of controversy has issued a correction clarifying the study did not find e-cigarette vapor was as harmful as cigarette smoke. Dr. Jessica Wang-Rodriguez was the lead researcher on a study published in “Oral Oncology” that claimed two e-cigarette products “damaged cells in ways that … Read moreHere Is The Correction This Scientist Dropped On Her Own Anti-E-Cig Study

University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Study Links E-Cigarettes To Cancer-Related Cell Damage

Popular belief holds that e-cigarettes are a safer alternative to conventional smoking. But increasingly, researchers are uncovering the negative impacts the electronic devices may have on health. Now, a new study has identified chemicals in the vapor of two popular e-cigarette brands that can damage cells in a way that could cause cancer. Co-lead study … Read moreUniversity of California, San Diego (UCSD) Study Links E-Cigarettes To Cancer-Related Cell Damage