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Alarming rise of electronic vaping use in U.S. adolescents

Written by | 15 May 2024

Electronic vapor products (EVPs), also known as e-cigarettes or vaping devices, have an allure because of their marketed image as a safer alternative to traditional cigarette smoking and… read more.

Non-nicotinic cytisinicline helps abstinence from vaping

Written by | 9 May 2024

Use of non-nicotinic cytisinicline appears to help adults abstain from vaping nicotine. Researchers reported their findings on May 6, 2024 in JAMA Internal Medicine. “No medication has been… read more.

Clinical trial shows that cytisinicline can help people quit vaping

Written by | 7 May 2024

Eleven million U.S. adults use e-cigarettes to vape nicotine, and about half of them say that they want to stop, but many have trouble doing so because nicotine… read more.

Nicotine e-cigarettes, prescription drugs and dual nicotine replacement therapy identified as most effective stop-smoking aids

Written by | 18 Sep 2023

Nicotine e-cigarettes and two prescription medications that curb symptoms of withdrawal are the most effective stop-smoking aids, according to a comprehensive, multinational review by a team of scientists,… read more.

Vaping a gateway to smoking for non-smokers, research shows

Written by | 12 Jul 2023

While vaping provides a pathway to help smokers wanting to quit, for non-smokers it may be the first step on a pathway to taking up smoking, a new… read more.

Few adult smokers and nonsmokers think e-cigarettes have lower levels of harmful chemicals than cigarettes

Written by | 25 May 2023

About half of cigarette smokers and young adult non-smokers think that nicotine-based electronic cigarettes have the same amount or even more harmful chemicals than regular tobacco-based cigarettes, according… read more.

People who use therapeutic cannabis are more likely to use nicotine, too

Written by | 7 Sep 2022

People who use therapeutic cannabis are more likely to also use nicotine products than the general population, according to a Rutgers study. The study, published in the American Journal… read more.

E-Cigarettes with cigarette-level nicotine reduce smoking and carcinogen exposure

Written by | 20 Apr 2021

Article written by Bruce Sylvester. E-cigarettes delivering cigarette-like levels of nicotine can reduce smoking and exposure to the tobacco-specific carcinogen 4-(methylnitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanol, also known as NNAL.

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