Health & Studies

Tobacco harm reduction experts have responded to a new study conducted by researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina and published by the JAMA Network
16.11.2023 by Dave Cross
Gastroenterology Research journal published a study claiming to have found a link between vaping and liver disease but has been forced to retract it when authors failed to address concerns
25.09.2023 by Dave Cross
The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) left a bad taste in the mouth when it made the outlandish claim that vaping is as bad for oral health as smoking
19.09.2023 by Dave Cross
The Office for National Statistics has published fresh official Government estimates for the rate of smoking and vaping in Great Britain
14.09.2023 by Dave Cross
A panel of tobacco control experts have discussed the findings from the Foundation for a Smokefree World’s Sermo’s Doctors’ Survey
08.09.2023 by Dave Cross
The largest ever American vape study has demonstrated the value of ecigs as a smoking cessation aid
31.08.2023 by Dave Cross
British experts have offered up their opinions about the limitations of an American study that claims to have found evidence of a link between vaping and respiratory symptoms in adolescents
25.08.2023 by Dave Cross
Research findings from the University of Cambridge indicates that smoking and nicotine addiction is linked to reduced grey matter in the frontal lobe region of the brain
22.08.2023 by Dave Cross
New National Institute for Health and Care Research funded research from Queen Mary University of London finds vapes are better than patches for pregnant women
21.08.2023 by Dave Cross
A recent study from the University of East Anglia confirms that handing out free vape starter kits to smokers appeals to most of them – but not all
15.08.2023 by Dave Cross

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