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A parliamentary group, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Smoking and Health, has recently called for the legal age for buying cigarettes to be raised from 18 to 21.   It's part of their aim to achieve the "smoke free" generation, which is trying to prevent the newest generation from picking up the habit in the first place.   The cause has also been picked up by the Imperial College London's respiratory specialist Dr Nicholas Hopkinson.   The parliamentary group claims...
How E-Cigarettes Can Help With Your Credit Card Debt   If you are like the millions of households in the UK, you may have some form of credit card debt. On average we each have £2,688 unpaid debt on credit cards, and for many of us that can be difficult or almost impossible to get rid of.   However, if you're a smoker, what if we told you there's a way to get healthier and to help with that debt?...
Public Health England Releases a new video which illustrates the effects of cigarettes vs. E-Cigarettes. A new year means New Year's resolutions, and one of the most common resolutions is to quit smoking. E-cigarettes seem like the obvious choice for these smokers looking to quit, but many of the 6 million smokers left in the UK are sceptical.   Even though Public Health England (PHE) has stated that “E-Cigarettes are 95% less harmful than cigarettes” for over 3 years now,...
Great news has come out recently, over 3.2 Million people have now switched to vaping. And even better over half of them have given up smoking for good!   ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) conducted a study and found that more people than ever have taken up vaping as a way to get away from smoking.   In fact, this is a continuation of a study from last year, and it found that the use of vaping had gone...
If you are new to e-cigarettes, or don't bother with e-liquids, you probably haven't heard of Shortfill and will not be interested in this blog. However, if you do use e-liquids and a vapourizer of any size, then this is a definite read.   Ever since the TPD came into effect in 2016, the popularity of the Shortfill has exploded but remains a blatant way to get around the EU laws governing the e-cigarette industry.   You might have seen...
A report on e-cigarettes, by the science and technology MPs' committee was recently heard in parliament which said e-cigarettes should be deregulated and promoted to help smokers. There have been mixed reactions to some of the suggestions, even within the e-cigarette industry, with many people noting that at least some of these regulations were implemented for a reason. But other suggestions have been more widely praised as a way to help even more people with e-cigarettes. So should the e-cigarette...
You may have read about a new study earlier this week saying that e-cigarettes are harming your lungs. The study got national headlines with a variety of overblown headlines claiming e-cigs are dangerous.   Before you panic though there are few things to note about this study and its importance.   When looking at such a widely publicised study it's always good to look at the size, the method of testing and what it is actually claiming. It’s very easy...
Which is better? A high nicotine E-liquid but low amount of vapour or a low nicotine E-liquid which produces a lot of vapour?   When most smokers start vaping they have a choice, go for a small E-Cigarette (like ours) or a larger vapouriser. It can be hard to choose between the two, but today's news might help.   A recent study from Cancer Research UK suggests that higher nicotine e-liquids might better for you AND they might be more helpful when you are trying to make...
Are you worried about the health effects of vaping?   You needn't be. Despite a lot of misinformation in the media, studies have shown that vaping is a much safer and healthier alternative to cigarettes. In this article, we'll explain why.   Read on to find out five things you should know about vaping health.   1.Vaping is Better for Your Lungs (and the rest of you) than Smoking   According to a study by the Queen Mary University of London, smokers...
Cancer Research UK debunks the News coverage around their new study on the gateway effect of the e-cigarette.   The term “Fake News” has become very popular lately, normally used when someone has been shown to be wrong and they try cover themselves or backtrack. But sometimes the news will run with a “fact” and twist it until the original point is unrecognisable.   Such is the case with the Cancer Research survey about which the Daily Mail website's sensational...
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