I know. You are a vaper, and you know e-cigs are less addictive than cigarettes. You don’t need a study to tell you that – but it’s important that you look at the science relating to electronic cigarettes critically so you can be an informed and empowered consumer and advocate.

Among other findings, the Penn State e-cig study revealed that:

  • E-cig users are more likely to wait longer for their first vape of the day
  • Fewer e-cig users wake in the middle of the night to vape than smokers who wake to smoke
  • Only about 25 percent of e-cig users felt irritable and anxious without their e-cig, as opposed to the 90 percent of smokers who felt the same way without their cigarettes

Read all the details on our Blog: 

Study: E-cigs Are Less Addictive Than Tobacco

The Future of Electronic Cigarettes (The Public Health England Report)