Category: Health Studies

Health Studies on Vaping & Smoking

Vaping has become a way of life for many people in the UK who have chosen to put down their cigarettes and opt for a healthier and cheaper way of life.

We all know the vast array of health implications caused by smoking. While endless research has proved “Vaping is around 95% less harmful than smoking” studies and research groups are still making groundbreaking efforts to highlight the effects. This is to ensure consumers can make factual based health and lifestyle choices.


Is TikTok Encouraging Vaping?

Is Tiktok Encouraging Teen Vaping?

Is TikTok Encouraging Vaping? Last week’s UK government’s independent Khan Review into tobacco policy strongly advocated for increased promotion of e-cigs and vaping to combat tobacco-related death. The report argued that politicians and the media should be positive about UK vapes and e-liquid, but fear stories spread across print and online news sources. They warned […]

Khan Review Supports Vaping In The UK

Khan Review Supports Uk Vaping

The UK’s independent review (Khan Review) into tobacco control has been completed, the report published, and almost everyone celebrated the support it gives to UK e-liquids and vaping. Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care ordered an independent review of tobacco control policy in the United Kingdom. It was carried out […]

Fantastic News For Pregnant Vapers

News For Pregnant Vapers

New research from the Queen Mary University of London finds e-cigs are more effective than nicotine patches in helping pregnant women who smoke quit and are just as safe. The ground-breaking study was published this week in the Nature Medicine journal and has echoed through the editorial departments of UK media organisations. “While many women […]

Can Vaping Help With Mental Health Issues?

Can Vaping Help With Mental Health Issues?

Smoking rates in people suffering from mental health problems are very high. While the number of people in general still smoking has steadily fallen to an all-time low of 14.5% in the United Kingdom, the percentage of mental health sufferers still smoking is much higher. Researchers at Dartmouth University’s Geisel School of Medicine think electronic […]

Dr Sharon Cox Promotes A Smoke Free Future

A Smoke Free Future

Dr Sharon Cox pushes the government of the United Kingdom to do more to promote vaping and tobacco harm reduction to help the UK achieve a smoke free future. Dr Sharon Cox works as a Senior Research Fellow in Behavioural Science with the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group at University College London. Her expertise in […]