Nicotine isn’t the only thing we have to be worried about when it comes to e-juices.
Surgeons discourage smoking before and after surgery for better health outcomes and vaping is no exception.
Philip Morris International releases their own studies about the safety of their new heat-not-burn products. Can they be trusted?
Are they turning a new leaf or is this another public con?
The January/February TFBC newsletter covers tobacco point-of-sale marketing.
A new study noticed that teens who use cigarettes aren’t very likely to switch to e-devices.
Students who use e-devices with high amounts of nicotine are more likely to pursue avenues of higher nicotine exposure.
Not much is known as to how harmful e-cigarette use during pregnancy is to an unborn baby but new research suggests it could cause facial deformities.
E-devices may not give COPD patients relief from their symptoms.
New research is showing that e-cigs have the potential to make matters worse for those with heart problems.