The Department of Transportation has now issued a ruling that will ban electronic cigarettes from being included in checked luggage when you travel via airplane. The new rule does not exclude e-cigarettes from making the flight entirely. You are still allowed to
There are several reasons that people cite e-cigarettes as the “better alternative” to smoking. In addition to providing a better option for many people who replace regular cigarettes with electronic ones, they are also proving to be a much healthier option for the environment.
After an in-depth investigation into thirty separate exploding e-cig cases spanning over 3 years, the facts are pretty clear. To better understand these facts, we have stripped away all of the hype and sensationalizing of the truth and broken it down by the numbers to give you the facts.
Public Health England(PHE) has recently published a research report finding that e-cigarettes are 95 percent less harmful than traditional smokes. The UK Department of Health sponsored the PHE study to cut through the misinformation and identify the real risks.
Words that vapers everywhere have been waiting to hear. Experts are now concluding that e-cigarettes are extremely less harmful than regular cigarettes—95% less harmful to be exact.
Royal Society for Public Health says health bosses should encourage people to quit tobacco for nicotine-only e-cigarettes and proposes licensing tobacco sellers. Health chiefs across the UK have been urged to take a less negative attitude towards e-cigarettes and embrace their use in the...
There are so many thing involved in the e-cigarette debate. And whether you are for or against electronic cigarettes, you still want the most honesty in the news and headlines you receive.
If you're new to the vaping world, you probably still have a lot of questions-- and that's normal. Vaping is not the same as smoking, and actually that's why we do it.
Over the last few days, the American Thoracic Society (ATS) met for their annual International Conference (Denver, May 15 – 20, 2015), and e-cigarettes were one of the more popular topics.