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Recent Evidence Suggests Vaping Can Break Smoking Habit and Is No Gateway to Real Smoking

Recent Evidence Suggests Vaping Can Break Smoking Habit and Is No Gateway to Real Smoking

by Steve Barrett

E-Cigarettes Can Help Break The Habit of a Lifetime

Conclusions in two recent studies have solidified the claims that electronic cigarettes can help smokers leave traditional cigarettes behind and offered further evidence that vaping is not a gateway into real cigarette smoking.

"Balanced and effective regulation of e-cigarettes will help manage the risks and maximize the potential for these products to replace smoking – greatly reducing smoking related disease that kills nearly 80,000 people in England every year.” Prof K Fenton

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ASH Study Finds NO Evidence To Suggest e-Cigarettes Are A Gateway to Tobacco For Youth of Today

ASH Study Finds NO Evidence To Suggest e-Cigarettes Are A Gateway to Tobacco For Youth of Today

by Steve Barrett

A new study released by UK anti-smoking charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) has found no evidence that electronic cigarettes encourage children to take up smoking.
"However, scientific evidence clearly shows e-cigarettes are much safer than tobacco cigarettes, so it’s clear that the anti-vaping propaganda machine is working much better than we’d hoped".

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The Numbers Are Adding Up

The Numbers Are Adding Up

by Steve Barrett

The evidence is mounting that vaping and electronic cigarettes are having a hugely positive effect on society. purplebox vapours highlights three recent studies on electronic cigarettes by:

  • International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health
  • Dr. Peter Hajak of the the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies at Queen Mary University of London
  • Professor Robert West, a leading addiction expert in the UK

"If we don’t embrace electronic cigarettes we are condemning people to death who otherwise would have lived", says Professor West.

Is it time the Department of Health listened to the real facts. Excuses for ignoring the data do not wash any more.

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