The perception that e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes fell between 2012 and 2014, a sign that fewer people see them as a safe alternative to smoking tobacco, a new study led by.. Eurasia Review
With FDA’s new regulations on tobacco alternatives rolling out this August, the Kerry Gaynor Method offers a chemical-free way for Americans who want to quit.
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A recent study from Harvard University of 51 different e-cigs found that 47 of them contained on of three toxins (diacetyl, acetoin and 2,3-pentanedione). The finding is alarming because those co... Starpulse.com
You may have heard the recent “news” linking microwave popcorn to lung problems. After a study came out earlier this week mentioning that artificial butter flavoring contains the same icky chemical.. NY Post
A new Harvard University study has cast doubts about the safety of flavored e-cigarettes, many of which have been found to contain a chemical tied to a respiratory disease commonly known as “popcorn.. Wall Street Journal Also reported by •ajc.com •Newsy •The Verge •Telegraph.co.uk
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The website sales pitches for a popular e-cigarette feature huge puffs of cotton candy, and words that conjure images of carnivals and state fairs.
But a study published.. Business Insider
E-CIGARETTES, which could be prescribed on the NHS, can cause a serious lung disease, a study has found.The medical finding came just hours after it was revealed the NHS would be prescribing licensed.. Derby Telegraph
A chemical linked to severe respiratory disease has been found in most flavored electronic cigarettes and refill liquids, according to researchers at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Two.. bizjournals
Tests at Harvard on more than 50 types of electronic cigarettes including 'cupcake' and 'cotton candy' flavours found most contain a chemical blamed for an incurable condition called 'popcorn lung'. MailOnline India Also reported by •MailOnline
DOZENS of e-cigarette flavourings are riddled with toxic chemicals, according to scientists in the US. Researchers found that up to 75 per cent of the vapes on the market have chemicals in them which.. Bristol Post