“…..this study provides reassurance that to date fears that they are a gateway into smoking are just not born out by the facts on the ground.”
Surveys of e-cigarette users (vapers) overwhelmingly demonstrate that almost all of them (even up to 99 percent) are smokers or former smokers. After surveying all the available science on health risks of vaping as compared to smoking, both Public Health Englandand the Royal College of Physicians have estimated that vaping is at least 95 percent safer than smoking.
… in terms of adverse effects on blood vessel function | Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education Source: PMI’s IQOS heat-not-burn tobacco products just as bad as cigarettes in terms of adverse effects on blood vessel function | Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education Submitted by sglantz on Tue, 2017-11-14 Continue Reading
I VAPE to save my life and I will VOTE In order to do so
Kathleen Wynne and Justin Trudeau have decided that Fear and politics is more important than my right to an alternative to cigarettes!
According to Peer reviewed evidence, Vaping is closing up to %97 safer than smoking. Thats %97 removed from the chances of this happening to me and my family.
Well sure why shouldn’t the provincial government use the same multi- subject legislation tactic? The sneaky underhanded move seems to be moving things along federally. I guess things like truth and responsibility are a hinderance to a victory speech at the next election. Stupid freedoms! Schedule 3 Smoke-Free Ontario Act, Continue Reading
Ever ask yourself why so many details! We ask these kinds of questions all the time! We then ask what can we do to make things more efficient and improve the overall process by removing as much of the busy work as possible. After all if computers can’t do the Continue Reading
The government needs to rethink its proposed legislation to amend The Tobacco Act, and instead base its policies on the evidence. Source: Consider the evidence on the benefits of vaping
In particular, the ostensible experts that were interviewed make inaccurate claims about health risks from vaping Source: Study Of News Coverage Reveals Anti-Vaping Bias