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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is intricately linked to smoking. It’s estimated around 80% of cases of COPD are caused by smoking, and it’s one of the most important ways smoking causes death and disease. It might not be the first smoking-related condition you think of, but it’s right up there with lung cancer and heart disease as one of the major risks of smoking.   With all of this in mind, the impact of vaping on COPD risk and the effect of switching on smokers

Many vapers start with an intention to gradually switch to no-nicotine vaping. E-liquids are perfectly-designed for it, with a progressive reduction in nicotine strengths from 18 mg/ml (or higher) down through 12 mg/ml, 6 mg/ml, 3 mg/ml and then finally zero nicotine. The good news is that many vapers have made this journey, and have gotten a long part of the way towards no-nicotine e-liquids. But the picture isn’t really as simple as this, and a recent study shows that in many cases, reducing

Vaping really revolutionized the way people use nicotine, but the changes are really only just beginning. Heat-not-burn devices, which use actual tobacco but just heat it rather than “smoking” it through combustion, offer a bit of a middle-ground between vaping and smoking. But with the middle-ground in function, you might assume a middle-ground in risk follows. But does it? Although we can’t be certain yet, a recent study from Dr. Farsalinos looks at exactly this issue: what exposes users to the most formaldehyde and

A new study has found that vaping in your home has essentially no impact on the average amount of particles in your indoor air. Unlike cigarette smoking, marijuana smoking, cigars, using gas heating or lighting incense, vaping in the home did not appear to affect the particulate matter counts in a selection of low-income homes. The authors chose not to make a big deal about this result – whereas the opposite result would have probably become headline for the press release– but the implication

Those opposed to vaping like to concoct doomsday scenarios. When you have limited evidence on which to base your pre-determined opposition to the technology, grasping at straws is part of the game. One of the key rallying calls of the opposition to vaping is that “there’s no evidence they’re effective for quitting!” This is a pretty insidious strategy, because – even though even most of those opposed to e-cigs will ultimately admit that vaping is much safer than smoking – it’s no good if vapers

Although the facts on diacetyl in vape juice are debatable, the evidence still paints a consistent picture: it probably isn’t something you should be inhaling. That’s the plain and simple truth. But the issue for vapers themselves is even less clear. Even if the amounts detected in vapor do pose a risk, the amounts in cigarette smoke are much higher, so switching to vaping is still the safer option. Additionally, we do many things – drinking alcohol, for example – which aren’t completely safe, because

Diacetyl in E-Juice It’s hard to have missed the recent furor about diacetyl in e-liquid. The media whipped up a typically exaggerated storm of concern about the buttery flavoring, and familiar battle-lines were drawn among the vaping community: should we be concerned about diacetyl? Should we be putting more pressure on mixers to remove it from their juices? Or is the whole issue being blown out of proportion? The answers are hard to come by. But it’s an important issue, so in an attempt to get

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