Science

Below you will find the list of articles concerning studies relating directly or indirectly to e-cigarettes: their use, users, efficacy, or their absolute or relative toxicity compared to smoked tobacco. There are currently hundreds of studies on e-cigarettes, and all concede almost without exception that it helps reduce risks for tobacco smokers.

In our beginner’s guide, we provide a summary of the key things that you need to know if you are wondering about the health effects of vaping. For further detail, all of our articles on the scientific aspects of e-cigarettes are available below.

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Key points in relation to studies

E-cigarettes are a means to reduce risks for smokers. They are not completely risk-free. The Department of Health in the UK is of the view that they help reduce the risks of smoked tobacco by approximately 95%.

A recent analyze from The Cochrane organisation also found that vaping is the most effective way to quit smoking.

How is vaping 95% safer than smoking?

In 2015, Public Health England (PHE) had officially declared that "vaping is at least 95% safer than smoking". A statement which the health organisation...

Latest science articles

Pakistani Study: Higher Cigarettes Prices Reduce Tobacco Consumption

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Titled, “Switch, Reduce or Quit: How do smokers respond to tobacco tax increases in Pakistan,” the study revealed that a 50% increase in price...

Study Examines Effectivity of California Tobacco Age Limit Set in 2016

There was no associated decrease in 'ever' or 'current' smoking patterns with California's T21 law, at least three years post-implementation.The study titled, “Smoking behavior...

Canadian Study: Menthol Cigarettes’ Ban Boosted Quitting Rates

In the US, the health benefits of the ban would be felt mostly among black communities, because the percentage of African American smokers who...

Study: Vaping Linked To Eating Disorders In College Kids

E-cigarettes have been linked to eating disorders in college students, reports the findings of a newly published study. TORONTO — Researchers recently published their findings...

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