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Is vapor also unhealthy for lungs? | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers

Is vapor also unhealthy for lungs?

Chris Worth’s reply: Something that isn’t pure air is unhealthy for the lungs and the system basically. Pure air, although, is at present solely out there up a mountain and mid-ocean, since we polluted all over the place else. Vaping is a number of orders of magnitude safer than smoking cigarettes. Precisely how…


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Blowing smoke? E-cigarettes might help smokers quit | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


Effectively, hell has frozen over. An article about e-cigarettes and smoking cessation that does not make any wild claims concerning the mysterious risks of vaping by some means being worse than the identified well being dangers related to smoking. A rise within the quitting success charge from 5 to eight% would not seem to be a lot, however that is a rise of 60%.

Blowing smoke? E-cigarettes might help smokers quit

Individuals who used e-cigarettes had been extra more likely to kick the behavior than those that did not, a brand new research discovered. Nicotine patches, gums and medicines are identified to help smoking cessation, however there is no consensus on whether or not vaping gadgets may also help anti-smoking efforts. The U.S. analysis is the…


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New California study proves vaping helps smokers quit | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


New California study proves vaping helps smokers quit

After a couple weeks of bad news and worse news for vaping, along comes exciting good news from the least likely place imaginable: the University of California.

A new study from the University of California-San Diego says that vaping helps smokers try to quit, and of those who try, more smokers who use e-cigarettes succeed. The study appeared in the British Medical Journal.

The research team used data collected by the U.S. Census CPS-TUS, a survey of adults to collect information about changes in tobacco product use. According to lead author Shu-Hong Zhu, a UC-San Diego professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, the CPS-TUS data is based on the largest sample of smokers and vapers available.

“These data suggest that e-cigarettes play the role of a cessation tool.”

The researchers looked at the connections between e-cigarette use and smoking cessation. They found that 65 percent of smokers who vaped during the previous year had tried to quit smoking, while just 40 percent of the non-vaping smokers tried.

Even more exciting, 8.2 percent of the smokers who vaped were able to quit smoking, while just 4.8 percent of those who didn’t vape were successful at quitting. “The cessation rate among those who did not use e-cigarettes remained the same compared to previous years,” said Zhu. “These data suggest that e-cigarettes play the role of a cessation tool.”

“Our analysis of the population survey data indicated that smokers who also used e-cigarettes were more likely to attempt to quit smoking, and more likely to succeed,” said Zhu. “Use of e-cigarettes was associated both with a higher quit rate for individuals as well as at the population level; driving an increase in the overall number of people quitting.”

Great news, but will it stick?

The findings of this careful study are in direct conflict with Prof. Stanton Glantz’s famously sloppy 2016 meta-review, which in the words of scientists at the Truth Initiative, “simply lumps together the errors of inference” from the individual studies that were combined in the review. (If you’re not familiar with the Glantz paper, I suggest starting with Clive Bates’ brutal takedown.)

An accompanying editorial in the BMJ — titled “New evidence supports a liberal approach to e-cigarette regulation” — by Chris Bullen, a public health professor at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, emphasized the good news for public health.

“The research by Zhu and colleagues suggests that where such permissive approaches to e-cigarettes exist—ones that enable smokers to have ready access to products that deliver nicotine effectively, at a price lower than that of tobacco cigarettes—then substantial numbers of smokers will make the transition away from smoking, and a substantial population benefit can result,” writes Bullen. “In light of this evidence, policy makers in countries contemplating a more restrictive approach to the regulation of e-cigarettes should pause to consider if pursuing such a course of action is the right thing to do for population health.”

Study finds e-cigarette use associated with an increased smoking cessation rate https://t.co/qwsIepTDyo + commentary https://t.co/qrsnxXsAVH pic.twitter.com/Ioilk1MnnY

— The BMJ (@bmj_latest) July 26, 2017

The question now is whether this study will get the publicity it deserves in the United States. The influence on the news media of nine years of relentless vaping negativity and outright attacks from American public health officials and tobacco control ideologues has prevented other academic efforts from breaking through to the general public.

By Wednesday evening, the story was already being reported widely, including by the Associated Press and Reuters, whose stories will be picked up by many newspapers. Will this good news tip the scales back toward something resembling fair discourse? Or will it be quickly forgotten? Cross your fingers.

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White Chocolate Mocha | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


New Kopel Recipe:

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/1743835

White Chocolate Mocha – e-liquid-recipes.com

0.25% Booster (Tiramisu) (FA) * 0.75% Mocha (Flavorah) * 0.15% Rich Cinnamon (Flavorah) * 3.00% Vanilla Pudding (Flavorah) * 1.50% White Chocolate (Flavorah) * 3.00% White Chocolate (FW) *


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MixLife: Ep. 20 – Dave Gets Cheesy | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


MixLife: Ep. 20 – Dave Gets Cheesy

The Big Cheese

In this episode Dave has a fun surprise awaiting

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MixLife: Ep. 20 – Dave Gets Cheesy

 


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Noted: Ep. 10 – Oats | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


Noted: Ep. 10 – Oats

Buncha Oats

In this episode the crew talk about OAT flavorings.

Flavorings NOTED:

OoO Oatmeal

FLV Oatmeal Raisin

TFA Oatmeal Cookie

TFA Rice Crunchies

WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats

FLV Marshmallow Treat

FLV Crunch Cereal

FE Sweet Rice

RF Baked Bread

FA Baked Bread

FLV Crunch Cereal.

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Cherry Vape | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


I love cherry. I’ve always used FlavourArt Black Cherry as an accent cherry in many different types of recipes. New flavor notes for you to check out with two sample recipes for FA Black Cherry. http://ow.ly/zKHv30dHwyI


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[Infographic] The Psychology of Vaping | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


[Infographic] The Psychology of Vaping & Why It Succeeds

Much has been written about vaping and its role in helping people to quit smoking. This infographic from purplebox analyses why vaping is far more effective than other quitting techniques. It analyses how vaping lets ex-smokers keep enjoying some of the behavioral nuances of smoking, without all the bad stuff. For example, many smokers will have developed familiar routines that can be hard to break. They might like to have a cigarette after a long day at work and will miss this when it’s gone. Vaping lets you keep this element and reduces the chances that you’ll break.

Another big issue people trying to quit have is when they’re out socialising. Many smokers associate having a drink with having a cigarette and many miss this element on a night out. Again, vaping lets you keep this element so you can stay focussed on quitting cigarettes for good. Find out more in the infographic.

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[Infographic] The Psychology of Vaping & Why It Succeeds

 


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