A new study suggests your vape is unhealthy, bro.
Like any good vaper, Congressman Duncan Hunter had a protracted argument over the proper vocabulary that should be used to describe vaping.
After a Harvard study found that most flavored e-cigarette liquids contain chemicals meant for food that could potentially lead to lung disease when inhaled, another researcher countered that this chemical hazard is not new.
It's a lot more awful than it sounds.
The tobacco industry has hired scientists and regulatory experts to help electronic cigarettes qualify as reduced-risk alternatives to traditional smokes.
The Blu Plus+ is nothing but a pale imitation of other, superior products.
Small companies offering customizable mods and flavored nic juices are running laps around big tobacco.
This is the study politicians will turn to when they push for strict regulations on e-cigarettes.
There's not enough e-cigarette research to say whether or not they're safe. So, get some done.
WHO particularly hates cigalikes, and wants vaping to be considered a separate entity from 'smoking.'
It's kind of a no-brainer at this point, but health groups are moving away from blind condemnation of vaping.
Long-term studies on the health effects of vaping haven't been completed, and you know what else hasn't been studied? Whether they've been programmed by al Qaeda to explode all over our old people.