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Medical Study: Smokers Switching To E-Cigarettes Unlikely To Go Back

June 7th, 2016

Smokers who successfully quit using e-cigarettes are far less likely to relapse and pick up tobacco, according to a new study. Published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), the study examined vapers– smokers and those who do both for a period of two years and wanted to see how effective e-cigarettes were in keeping people off cigarettes. “Of the e-cigarette users, 61.1 percent remained abstinent from tobacco (while 23.1 percent and 26.0 percent of tobacco-only smokers and dual users achieved

Propylene Glycol in eCigarettes Might Keep Us Healthy, Says Researchers

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April 26th, 2016

According to the Centers for Disease Control, during 2000-2004, “An estimated 443,000 persons in the United States died prematurely each year from smoking or exposure to secondhand smoke. During 2001-2004, the average annual smoking-attributable health-care expenditures nationwide were approximately $96 billion. When combined with productivity losses of $97 billion, the total economic burden of smoking is approximately $193 billion per year.” Comparing the health risks of tobacco smoking to the Swine Flu brings out some interesting and thought provoking statistics.

Six Vaping Trends to Watch in 2016

January 26th, 2016

Written by Tim Klerekoper, Ph.D. January 26, 2016 *This article was not written by Maxed Out Vape With all the industry hype and changing trends, it might be easy to lose track of the most important factor driving the vaping industry, which is the goal to produce an effective alternative to tobacco cigarettes. It is important to never lose sight of that objective. The vaping industry climate arguably can be described by the “pendulum” theory. At first the industry was

Electronic Cigarettes Vapor Has NO Toxic Effect

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July 17th, 2015

In a recent study, scientists have found electronic cigarette vapor has NO toxic effect on the cells found in human lungs. Fresh research, funded by British American Tobacco (BAT), suggested inhaling nicotine vapor could be as safe as breathing air. To perform these experiments, the tobacco giant teamed up with the MatTek Corporation, maker of human cell models used in “in vitro” laboratory experiments. Scientists then used a “smoking robot” to expose these lung cell replicas to tobacco smoke, two