On July 22, Fox News ran a confused listicle by Angelica Stabile titled How to quit vaping as the e-cigarette fad fires up: 6 smart steps to take.
The past year has seen the publication of many studies alleging that e-cigarette use (vaping) carries very serious health consequences, everything from depression to erectile dysfunction and higher stroke risk.
Join ACSH directors of bio-sciences and medicine, Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein, as they break down these stories:
"The health care costs attributable to vaping are already substantial and likely to increase." So concluded the authors of a study just published in the journal Tobacco Control.
"Censorship of science is deeply troubling on many levels," the ACLU argued in 2007. "At the most basic, it affronts the fundamental premises of the scientific method ... For science to advance, knowledge must be shared.
Recent research has suggested that e-cigarette use is linked to bone damage, erectile dysfunction, smoking relapse, depression and heightened st
“People using e-cigarettes to quit smoking found them to be less helpful than more traditional smoking cessations aids,”
Evidence confirming the relative safety of vaping continues to build.
Mounting evidence shows that e-cigarette use (vaping) can help smokers give up combustible tobacco for good, even if they have no intention to quit.
If you're a smoker trying to ditch your deadly habit, yet another high-quality, double-blind clinical study has shown that vaping may be your best bet.
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