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Short-term effects on lung functions of nicotine- and flavoring-free e-vapor

A research team of the Quebec Heart and Lung Institute at the Université Laval designed a study to investigate the impact of a 1 hour...

Dripping: What, Who, Why?

"This study provide important initial evidence that high school students are using e-cigarettes for dripping behaviors" Published this week in the journal Pediatrics by Prof Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin...

Trace metals: A comparative study between Ecigs aerosol and cigarette smoke

Metal concentration in e-vapor is comparable to atmospheric air, except for Ni Researchers at Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, TN, USA) and at William Carey University...

Bertrand Dautzenberg: By 2020, everything will be known about vaping

The Vaping Post: Now in 2017, what do you retain from 2016?Bertrand Dautzenberg: Hardware have made considerable progress. Now we have products with no...

Morocco: The collapse of the vaping business

A recent article published by the Morocco News reveals that smoking prevalence is increasing in the country. With a gain of 9.8% compared to...

Next Generation Labs certify authenticity of synthetic nicotine in ejuices

A chemical assay to differentiate synthetic from natural nicotine extracts In a press release on December 20, 2016, Next Generation Labs, the manufacturer of synthetic...

Finland: A tax on e-liquids and a severe downgrade in the...

As of January 1st, Finnish vapers will see the price of their e-liquids rise since they are now subject to excise duty with a...

A lethal nicotine e-liquid ingestion case reported for a kid in...

Upon ingestion, the toddler vomited and lost consciousness, she was pulseless and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) was performed for 40 minutes by the emergency team who responded...

Update: Nicopure v. FDA Lawsuit

The Week the Vaping Space Stood Still From the announcement of the FDA Deeming Regulations on May 5th 2016 the U.S. vaping community was stunned...

A non-lethal nicotine e-liquid ingestion case reported for a kid in...

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) reports to the media on the case of ingestion by a child aged of 6 years and links the...
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