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COVID-19 Update: Some EU Countries Allow Vape Shops to Remain Open

While France, Spain and Italy have allowed the re-opening of vape shops, other European nations such as Malta, are only allowing purchases via delivery....

Veterinary College Launches Module to Test Effect of E-Vapour on Cells

The module was developed by the Advancing Secondary Science Education Through Tetrahymena (ASSET) program, and funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH)."We created...

Recent Study Looking Into The Link Between Vaping and Heart Problems

A number of studies have associated e-cigarette use with a higher risk of having a heart attack and developing coronary artery disease. However, many...

Discussing E-Cigarettes at The Asia Harm Reduction Forum

The 3rd Asia Harm Reduction Forum (AHRF) was held in Seoul, and several public health and anti-smoking experts amongst whom renowned cardiologist and researcher...

India: Karnataka State Has Just Classified Nicotine as a Class A...

The tragic part of this action is that it was enacted to target solely the proven safer alternatives, making it counterproductive to public health....

Dr. Farsalinos About the Current E-Cig Scene in India

According to a June report by the Press Trust of India, a proposal by the Drugs Technical Advisory Board of India, suggests prohibiting the...

Farsalinos Replicates Study on Toxicity Classification of E-Cig Flavouring Compounds 

A recent study raised concerns about the possible toxicity of flavouring additives in e-liquids, identifying several chemical compounds which are considered respiratory irritants. The...

The WHO Erroneously Claims That ‘Smoke-Free’ Products Are Not Safer

Despite an incessant amount of scientific evidence to the contrary, last week the WHO, urged smokers and governments to not trust claims about the...

Latest Study: Vaping is Not Associated with Cardiovascular Disease

A recent US study titled “E-Cigarettes Linked to Heart Attacks, Coronary Artery Disease and Depression”, used data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)...

More Junk Science Linking Vaping to Heart Disease

The study titled E-Cigarettes Linked to Heart Attacks, Coronary Artery Disease and Depression, used data from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) and concluded...
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