No, seriously, please make the fear-mongering stop. It has been a heck of a week in the e-cig industry. Laws in New York and Chicago are now in effect, making electronic cigarettes subject to the same regulations as tobacco. These bans, alongside recent bans in […]Continue Reading
Why is The New York Times Against E-Cigarettes?
To the dedicated few who still look to print journalism for trustworthy, timely news reporting, The New York Times is akin to gospel – a beloved cornerstone of integrity that remains above reproach, never dipping into murky tabloid waters. As someone who comes from a […]Continue Reading
Air Travel & E-Cigarettes: 3 Tips for Vaping the Friendly Skies
The use of e-cigarettes during air travel has been a hotly debated topic since the use of vaping devices became popular. We receive questions about this topic quite frequently, so we’ve come up with some tips to help clear the air. Vaping and Air […]Continue Reading
Electronic Cigarettes Promote Quitting, Says New Study
Electronic cigarettes may play a key role in smoking reduction and cessation, according to a recent study published in the journal Addictive Behaviors. This research-based evidence corroborates data gleaned from studies conducted within the past two years and provides a great counterpoint to misleading information […]Continue Reading
NYC Raises Tobacco & Electronic Cigarette Purchase Age
Electronic cigarettes are the latest target in New York known for the highest cost of tobacco cigarettes in the nation at an average price of $14.50 per pack. Now, with the passing of a new bill that also includes e cigarettes, New York City smokers […]Continue Reading
E-Cigs and Health Insurance: Are Vapers Classified as Smokers?
In 2014, a survey by Munich American Reassurance Company reported an unsurprising trend: 9 out of ten people who sell insurance think e-cigarette users should pay more for their health insurance. Of course, that would mean higher profits for them, but do vapers really cost […]Continue Reading
Are E Cigarettes The Answer To Cigarette Bans?
Every day, more businesses and organizations across the country make the decision to ban tobacco use within their facilities and on their grounds. What does this mean for those who use electronic cigarettes? It could mean they can use their e-cigs in places where smoking […]Continue Reading
An Organized Attack Against Electronic Cigarettes
By Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos A new document was released by an organization called Global Advisors on SmokeFree Policy (GASP), demonizing electronic cigarettes. The document, signed by Karen Bluemenfeld, who does not seem to be a physician or any other kind of specialist in tobacco harm and harm-reduction products, […]Continue Reading