1 week ago
The effect of e-cigarette aerosol emissions on respiratory health: a narrative review. - PubMed - NCBI

“The findings of this review indicate that ECs under normal conditions of use demonstrate far fewer respiratory risks than combustible tobacco cigarettes.”


Expert Rev Respir Med. 2019 Aug 2:1-17. doi: 10.1080/17476348.2019.1649146. [Epub ahead of print]

2 weeks ago

Five Pawns will be donating 50% of this special offer to NCVC. If you are a shop owner in North Carolina, and want to bring in this amazing line, now is your chance. Contact Ryan T Crimi on FB and he will set you up. Great line, great company, ... See more

2 weeks ago
FDA can save lives by rejecting Scott Gottlieb's lies


E-cigarettes have proven effective at helping people quit smoking, a massive potential public health gain, considering nearly half a million people die every year from smoking-related illnesses. The big question is: How can we help smokers quit and at the ... See more

2 weeks ago
Cigarette Volume Pressure Remains Elevated in Q2 2019

“In addition, retailers expect cigarette volume pressure to remain elevated through the remainder of the year driven by rising dual-use and conversions to vapor products..”


Dual usage and more alternative products on the backbar are driving retailers' outlook.

3 weeks ago
Adults who vape are more likely to quit cigarettes, study finds

The study, published in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine, tracked more than 5,000 daily smokers for an average of two years in France. It found that smokers who vaped used fewer cigarettes per day and were more than one and a half times as ... See more

Adult smokers who vape are more likely to quit using cigarettes, according to a study released Monday. But e-cigarettes also increase the risk of relapse in some former smokers, researchers found.

3 weeks ago
Nicotine absorption during electronic cigarette use among regular users

“Advanced e-cigarettes delivered significantly more nicotine than first-generation devices but less than combustible cigarettes. Overall, e-cigarette use was associated with a reduction in withdrawal and craving with no reported side effects. The wide ... See more

Background The capability of electronic cigarette devices (e-cigs) to deliver nicotine is key to their potential to replace combustible cigarettes. We compared nicotine delivery and subjective effects associated with the use of two classes of e-cigarettes ... See more

3 weeks ago
IA Attorney General on Twitter

Let's say "Thank you" to Iowa Attorney General on Twitter. He sent a letter to the FDA, expressing concern for our industry. He has consistently been in our corner. Sometimes a "Thank You" can go along way. Plus it shows strength in numbers. So ... See more

“We are concerned that excessively expensive, time consuming, and burdensome regulation is about to kill off or severely degrade one of the most important new technologies for U.S. public health. Please read our letter to @SecAzar. #ecigs @Clive_Bates ... See more

1 month ago
Prominent Vaping Researcher Asks For Study Linking E-Cigarettes To Heart Attacks To Be Retracted


The spat is over a study that claimed adult vaping was “associated with” a doubled risk of heart attack. Brad Rodu, a University of Louisville professor, says that when he obtained the …

1 month ago
Photos from North Carolina Vaping Council's post

@NYSMom4Kiddos (Erin Mills) was Managing Director for Burson-Marstellar. BM runs National Smokers Alliance, a Tobacco front group, financed by Phillip Morris. Now it seems a little clearer why @ParentsvsVape, PAVE (Parents Against Vaping Ecigs), and ... See more

1 month ago

I repeat: In 2018 Teens under the Legal age of 18, who Vaped >20-30 days, is 0.6% or 95,316 of ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. - Brad Rodu


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