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Smoking: Vaping could increase risk of deadly lung disease

SMOKING e-cigarettes could increase the risk of deadly lung disease, a shock new study has revealed. ...

Vaping – E-Cigs Have Their Own Set Of Risks, Says Vascular Surgeon

CHICAGO, Oct. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Are electronic cigarettes, which have been booming in popularity over the past 10 years, safer than regular cigarettes? Like so many things, it's complicated. Most research looks at whether...

Local Vaping Bans Will Prevent Cigarette Smokers From Quitting

According to a new public health report, bans against vaping are making it harder for Americans to quit smoking. Many health experts have noted that electronic cigarettes are an effective tool in...

Big draw: a new British brand is hoping smarter vaping will stub out smoking...

wallpaper.comBig draw: a new British brand is hoping smarter vaping will stub out smoking for ...wallpaper.com'Alba' whisky carafe, £214; small glass, £77 for two; tall glass, £86 for two, all by Joe Doucet, for...

Education key to unlock ‘huge’ vaping margins

Retailers must get to grips with the rapidly changing vape...

British e-cigarette advocate urges Australian government to lift ban and save lives

Legalising e-cigarettes in Australia could make smoking obsolete and save lives, a British electronic cigarette advocate is poised to tell a parliamentary inquiry in Canberra this week.Clive Bates, a former...

E-cigarettes are being adapted to smoke illegal drugs

Electronic cigarettes are being used to vape illegal substances like cannabis, crack cocaine, ecstasy and heroin as part of a disturbing new drugs culture.A study by public health experts has revealed alarming numbers of...