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A bridge between good science and safer habits

Maximum exposure levels to e-vapor, still not solved, and for good reasons The e-cigarette specialist evokes the complexity of setting up norms on exposure levels...

Released: New book on Analytical Assessment of Ecigs

"It is an honor for me to present you the book titled: "Analytical Assessment of e-Cigarettes: From Contents to Chemical and Particle Exposure Profiles". Analytical...

Sweet e-juice additives screened by researchers

The use of additives is not without risk: it is what reports a study carried out by the Lebanese researcher Najat A Saliba from...

Protected: Expert advice for a safer vaping style

Some studies show that vaping is not absolutely safe and the risks are linked to the toxicity of emissions. Among toxic products are aldehydes, like acrolein, formaldehyde, benzaldehyde, propionaldehyde...

French vaping market wears the new colours of EU TPD

The decree brings enlightenments on laboratory agreements for cigarette smoke analysis, the mandatory warnings and notification fees as well as the transposition calendar for vaping products. Instances...

The editor Wiley & Sons puts emphasis on ecig study

The scientific editor, John Wiley & Sons, Inc (Wiley), published a press release to emphasize the study leaded by Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos on nicotine delivery by...

Nerudia and Broughton Laboratories announce strategic partnership

The partnership brings the strengths and expertise of the two companies together and will bring cost benefits to customers through economies of scale and knowledge,...

Fontem Ventures in the race of Ecig emission analysis

Fontem Ventures, a branch of Imperial Tobacco Group PLC, recently renamed Imperial Brands, and the owner of the e-cigarette Blu, announced that it has developed, in partnership with...

US study on e-cigarette emissions quality

A study published in late December 2015 in the The Journal of the American Association for Aerosol Research, Aerosol Science and Technology, by researchers from the...
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