A new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine analysed more than 160,000 responses of cigarette and e-cigarette users to arrive at this conclusion.
"Half our customers are drunk and vaping like mo-fos, who the fuck is going to notice the quality of our pods.”
Pro-vaping advocates and e-cigarette sellers are concerned this was done to favour the tobacco lobby since the ban is only on the sale of nicotine and non-nicotine products, and not their actual usage.
Weird how the Trump administration isn't going after the tobacco industry, which spent $23 million in lobbying last year.
E-cigarettes may be on the rise, but Singapore isn’t having it.
Indonesia is considered one of the most “smoker-friendly” countries in the world but that does not mean it’s safe from the e-cig trend.
Does the device considered a healthier alternative to smoking cigarettes deserve to be criminalised while tobacco companies continue to get away?
Australian researchers tested tenn different "nicotine-free" vape liquids to find 60 percent of them contain nicotine.
Underage "vape influencers" are real and don't think the FDA crackdown will do anything
No one knows what caused it.
In what could be the foundation of a whole image-makeover for the industry, New Zealand researchers have found there might be an upside to vaping.