Vaping is Less Addictive than Cigarette Smoking

According to a recent study conducted by Penn State College of Medicine researchers, those who vape on a daily basis are less reliant on their vaping gear. To put it another way, smokers rely significantly on their smokes.
Another study published by London Southbank University compared how much money smokers and vapers were happy to put on tobacco cigarettes and e-cigarettes.
Respondents were asked how many puffs of their preferred product they would buy at various pricing points. They also had to pick between financial gain and having access to their preferred nicotine product.
When the price of a nicotine dose …

The Statistics in Vaping-Related Deaths

Despite the fact that vaping has been labeled as a safer alternative to smoking, there’ve been vaping-related fatalities. Though we as vapers prefer to promote the positive aspects of vaping, it is also our responsibility to share the unpleasant facts.
The reason for the vaping-related mortality, however, was not nicotine vaping. In fact, illicit market THC cartridges were to blame for vaping-related lung diseases.
These THC cartridges use a mixture that was proven to feature Vitamin E acetate. While Vitamin E acetate is used in large enough quantities to stabilize the recipe, producers normally use less than 20%.

Comparing Vaporizers, Gum, and Patches to Help You Quit Smoking

According to new research published in the New England Medical Journal, vaporizers are considerably more likely as gum and patches to help people quit smoking. This study has dominated the news in the United States like nothing else.
During the UK-based trial, researchers randomly assigned adult patients who use stop-smoking services in the United Kingdom. The patients were enrolled in a program that included weekly behavioral support, and the ultimate result was one year of continuous abstinence.
At the final session, the outcome was biochemically verified. Participants who failed to give biochemical validation were deemed …