A Brief History of Vaping The history of vaping can be viewed from many different angles. Looking back on it, it wasn’t too long ago that vaping was nothing more than the brainchild of scrapyard worker and inventor Herbert A. Gilbert. It was Gilbert who has been credited with patenting his invention of a “smokeless Read more about A Brief History of Vaping and Present Outlook[…]
Whether in vaping or another industry, the importance of scientific studies is almost immeasurable. Proper research can lead us toward answers that we simply could not get otherwise. Sometimes these studies can lead us to new questions, a better understanding of the subject matter, or definitive answers to specific questions. Conversely, though, a bad report Read more about Beyond The Headlines: Reading into Scientific Vapor Studies[…]
The FDA recently released a new report on the potential harms of vaping. In this study, the FDA examined the number of emergency room incidents that resulted from vaping, primarily involving batteries “blowing up.” While there’s been concern about the integrity of vape batteries recently, this isn’t exclusive. The recent concerns of cell phone batteries Read more about Vaping Safety: Do You Need to Worry About Your Battery Blowing Up?[…]
I can’t talk about why I started vaping, but I think I can still talk about why I didn’t start sooner, a life lesson I was reminded of and… vape bros.
FDA regulations on e-cigarettes may have more to do with pharmaceutical companies than you know. What the main-stream media is failing to tell you about the clear conflict of interest that exis…
The Royal College of Physicians weighs in on vaping and e-cigarette use. The 206 page report provides an in-depth look at many of the current issues being hotly debated. The RCP fully supports vaping and e-cigarette use as viable replacement therapy for smokers.