Nicotine is not harmful
‘Nicotine is not harmful’: Doctor calls for e-cigarettes to be legalised – to save lives and help smokers kick the habit Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3899576/Medical-experts-push-e-cigarettes-legal-Australia.html#ixzz4Rx385gRx
E-cigarette laws and rules abroad
Vaping enjoys huge popularity with people around the globe; it’s an affordable and convenient alternative to cigarettes that brings smoking into the 21st century. And as with most new technologies, legislation is still catching up while governments around the world decide how to regulate their use in public spaces. Planning a holiday is busy enough without worrying about where e-cigarettes are and aren’t allowed – if you’re heading abroad, here’s what you need to know to get you through the airport and.
US Study Finds Lower Cancer Risk From E-Cigarettes
Another study highlights the positive impact of vaping but controversy erupts over the delayed findings. A new US study finds that smokers who switch to vaping experience a “significant reduction” in exposure to carcinogens as well as other harmful substances emitted by traditional cigarettes. The study was led by Professor Maciej Goniewicz of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute with assistance from researchers from University of California and concluded that there was dramatic decline in exposure to a range of harmful toxic chemicals.