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Head in the clouds: The complete noob’s guide to ecigs and vaping

Vaping can be complicated to say the least. Thankfully, our comprehensive guide can help you understand the new FDA regulations and answer any questions you might have in regards to choosing your nicotine level and mods.
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Study: Vanilla, cinnamon, and butter e-cig flavors are more harmful than others

A new study coming out of University of Rochester Medical Center suggests that cinnamon, vanilla, and buttery flavors of e-cigarettes rank among the worst in terms of toxicity levels.

Puff, Puff, recharge. E-cigarettes are booming, and China is ground zero

The e-cigarette industry is growing rapidly, and China is at the epicenter. Inside the three-day eCig Expo, vendors show off new wares, do business, and discuss the opportunities – and challenges – of selling the world a new way to…
Health & Fitness

The FDA may be reversing its stance on e-cigarettes and vapes

The FDA noted a pretty significant change in its e-cigarette policy, which includes relaxing restrictions on these kinds of products (its previous policy might've rendered them nearly obsolete)
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Long-term study shows that vaping really is safer than regular smoking

E-cigarettes are everywhere here in 2017, but is vaping provably any safer than smoking? According to a new in-depth study, the answer is a definite yes. Here's everything you need to know.
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Confused by too many ecigarette options? We found the best of the best

From disposables to mechanical and box mods, here’s our list of the best e-cigarettes available on the market today to help you kick the cigarette habit.
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Put that e-cig away! Vaping is banned on all commercial airlines in the U.S.

There's been some confusion over the use of e-cigarettes on flights, according to the government. In a bid to clear up the matter, it's just issued a "final rule" explicitly banning the use of the device on planes.
Health & Fitness

E-cigarettes don’t help you quit smoking, and may have the opposite effect, study claims

As per a new study, not only do e-cigarettes not help you kick the habit, they may have the exact opposite effect -- as it turns out, e-cigarette smokers are 28 percent less likely to quit than individuals who've never used these devices.
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UK Department of Health finds e-cigs 95 percent less harmful than normal cigarettes

"In a nutshell, best estimates show e-cigarettes are 95percent less harmful to your health than normal cigarettes," the report states, "and when supported by a smoking cessation service, help most smokers to quit tobacco altogether."
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Malware-hosting e-cigs could be bad for your computer’s health

You might want to think twice before plugging your e-cig into your laptop to charge it, particularly if it's a cheaper brand — reports say some devices have been found to be carrying malware.
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Everything you need to know about the FDA’s proposed e-cig regulations

The FDA just released a 241-page proposal for new rules regulating the use of e-cigarettes, so to help you make sense of it all, we've put together a quick overview of the most important parts
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FDA finally steps in on e-cigs, to announce ‘sweeping new rules’ Friday

According to a report from The New York Times, the US Food and Drug Administration will finally lay down some long-awaited rules aimed at regulating e-cigarettes.