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Public Health Expert: US EVALI Outbreak “Was A Public Health Fiasco” 

"...we know that because virtually nothing has been done to correct misperceptions that were created and spread across the US and worldwide from July...

Are E-Cig Restrictions Undermining Efforts to Fight COVID-19?

An article on the Washington Times points out that anti-vaping entities are doing their utmost to capitalize on the infamous EVALI outbreak, by stating...

US Study: EVALI Occurrence Less Common In States With Legalized marijuana

Last December, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), confirmed that EVALI, the infamous “vape related” lung disease that has sadly spread...

Another blow for South Korea’s Vape Industry

As a result of the EVALI outbreak, last year Korea’s health ministry had conducted an investigation into the safety of vaping. “After coordinating with...

CVA: Hospitalizations Due to EVALI Are in Steady Decline

Last November, the CDC had confirmed that the outbreak of EVALI, is almost certainly not linked with vaping legal nicotine products. Testing the lung...

South Korea Wants to Ban E-Cig Discounts and Promotions

The proposal has been put forward by the State Council and needs to be passed by the National Assembly, in order to become law....

UK Survey Indicates That Opinions About E-Cigs Remain Skewed

While panic and concern about vaping keeps spreading across the US due to the EVALI outbreak and concerns about teen vaping, British medical and...

Majority of American Adults Still Blame Vaping for EVALI Deaths

A poll found that 66% of adults remain misinformed in the belief that regular e-cigarettes such as Juul, are to blame for EVALI.Data released...

The CDC is Failing to Disclose Important Data About Teen Vaping

The post by Dr. Siegel started by pointing out that by suppressing information about the number one cause of severe, vape-related harm to youths,...

CDC Report: One in Six EVALI Cases Linked to Legal THC

The CDC report is based on 809 EVALI patients across Illinois, Wisconsin and Utah. The compiled data indicated that while the majority, 627, cited...
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