New vaping research study says “ecigs are magnitudes safer”

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Research findings from a new vaping study were just published in the Addiction Journal. Researchers from the Queen Mary University in London conclude that ecigs are far less harmful than traditional tobacco cigarettes. The conclusion is based on over 80 studies that they looked at. Their review is titled Electronic cigarettes: review of use, content, safety, effects on smokers and potential for harm and benefit.

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CASAA and the FDA’s proposed ecig regulations

FDA commentsIn April 2014, the FDA proposed regulations that would extend the agency’s tobacco authority to cover additional tobacco products including ecigs. These proposed restrictions would hurt the vaping industry by eliminating diversity in the market, and the consumers’ ability to customize their ecigs.

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