Monthly Archives: June 2018

Cerabis Ceramic Tank by Ceravape

This isn’t the first time we’ve reviewed a ceramic tank from Ceravape. Ceravape designed, built, and released ceramic tanks long before ceramic tanks were cool, but because these previous tanks were MTL (Mouth to Lung) tanks, no one here liked them very much. Perhaps that’s the reason we are so incredibly impressed with the new… Read More »

Govt broke pledge on e-cigarette ban: adviser

A government adviser on smoking said on Monday that the administration has gone back on its word by not imposing a ban on e-cigarettes. Officials plan to regulate e-cigarettes, just like they do traditional tobacco products, rather than outlaw them completely. Source link

Electronic cigarettes and vaping | Tommy’s

Much is still unknown about electronic cigarettes, so other nicotine replacement (NRT) products that have been tested are recommended instead. However experts believe that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking. E-cigarettes have been around for several years now and many smokers find them helpful when they are trying to quit. There has not yet been enough… Read More »

E-cigarettes are as harmful as cigarettes and could cause cancer, claims study

E-cigarettes contain chemicals that make some ‘as harmful as normal tobacco’ Findings from the National Consumers’ Institute said it tested ten different rechargable and disposable models for carcinogenic and toxic properties Researchers ‘detected a significant quantity of carcinogenic molecules in the vapour of these cigarettes which have thus far gone undetected’ Report also criticised certain… Read More »

E-cigarette rules to be enhanced

Secretary for Food & Health Prof Sophia Chan: In terms of e-cigarettes and also heat-not-burn cigarettes, first of all, the Government thinks it is harmful. Therefore, we have to strengthen our existing regulation on these products. In terms of regulation … Source link

Is It Okay to Vape with COPD?

As of September 22, 2017, roughly 2.75 million people regularly smoke e-cigarettes, a habit commonly referred to as “vaping” since the nicotine is delivered via vapors. An additional 3.7 percent of the population admit to having at least tried them. While some insist that e-cigarettes are safer alternatives to regular cigarettes, what does science say?… Read More »

E-cigarettes do not damage blood vessels says new study

E-cigarettes do not cause damage to blood vessels which can lead to deadly heart disease, new research suggests. Lab tests revealed vaping does not stop wounds healing like ‘traditional’ cigarettes are known to do. Scientists did not see disruption to skin repair even at concentrations of a ‘heavy vaper’ and with double the amount of… Read More »

E-cigarette flavorings linked to cardiovascular disease

New research suggests flavorings in electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes—including mint, vanilla, cinnamon and strawberry—can adversely affect endothelial cells, acccording to a study published June 14 in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular … Source link