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Rebuttal to flawed “study”

Read the full article for complete breakdown of this report “The authors use some phrasing that a careful reader could charitably interpret as saying, “merely being a vaper does not mean that someone is will soon quit smoking,” which is a valid interpretation of their results. But a few bits […]

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Tobacco Truth: Poison Control Centers’ Data Puts E-Cigarette Exposure Risk in Perspective

While the journal article acknowledged that e-cigarette exposures “decreased by about 20% from 2015 to 2016,” its senior author called for additional regulation.  If children’s exposure to products should guide regulatory priorities, the following chart from the American Association of Poison Control Centers (2016 report available here) may be instructive. […]

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National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Report Recognizes that Vapor Products Are Significantly Less Harmful than Traditional Combustible Cigarettes | The Continuum of Risk

The Report, which was the result of the Committee’s review of over 800 articles identified from a massive literature search of six different databases, noted that the Committee found sufficient literature to suggest that, “while there are risks associated with e-cigarettes, compared with combustible tobacco cigarettes, e-cigarettes contain fewer toxicants; […]

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Military health officials: No deaths from vaping

In Monday’s warning, the Army said synthetic cannabinoid oils have been associated with serious medical effects ranging from headache, nausea, vomiting and palpitations to dizziness, disorientation and seizures. The Army prohibits soldiers from using cannabidiol and other substances derived from marijuana, so many soldiers have turned to synthetic oils instead. […]

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