Health & Studies

Health & Studies

Secondhand Vape Risk “Is Negligible”

New research shows that switching from smoking to vaping indoors substantially reduces children’s exposure to nicotine, resulting in a “negligible” according to Professor Peter Hajek

Health & Studies

The Impact of the New Jersey Flavour Ban

In the final article of the week looking at topical studies considering the impact of flavour bans, Planet of the Vapes considers the impact of the New Jersey flavour ban

Health & Studies

Flavour Removal and Smoking Relapse

Planet of the Vapes looks at the second research paper this week that considers how removing flavours from eliquids impacts smoking cessation and smoking relapse in ex-smokers

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Vapes Help To Drive Down Pregnancy Smoking

Smoking rates among pregnant women have hit an all-time low, aided by women choosing to switch to vaping, according to anti-smoking charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)

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The Effect of Vape Flavour Bans

With a new government in place, the recent publication of three research papers looking at vape flavours couldn’t be timelier – here Planet of the Vapes looks at the first

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High Nic Popularity

There has been a sharp rise in vapers using high-strength nicotine in England, according to researchers at University College London

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New Zealand is Quitting Strong

Smoke Free Sweden has shared its latest report highlighting how New Zealand is “Quitting Strong”

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Disposable Lives

A new study from the University of East Anglia claims to show how disposable vapes have become a prominent part of young people’s lives

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Full SFS Report Now Released

Smoke Free Sweden has now announced the full version of its report ‘No Smoke, Less Harm’ has been released and is available online for download

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UKVIA Addresses ASH Findings

Action on Smoking and Health has reported on a 50% rise in two years of children viewing vaping as bad, or worse than smoking