People are preventing harm to themselves by switching form vaping to smoking. So why is government trying to stop them?
It’s a new, innovative industry and that cannot afford to backpedal on standards.
The WHO and a number of countries are frantically regulating and even banning e-cigarettes.
The media needs to stop taking government-funded research at face value.
‘Let people make their own choices’
‘Second- and third-degree burns’
‘Shops across the U.S. will be closed’
‘Stealing a chunk of the rolled tobacco market’
‘Ignored evidence that our products improve people’s lives’
‘Our findings suggest that … ‘
Adult smokers could benefit from flavors in e-cigarettes.
‘Dual bowls, long battery life and solid performance’
Wants to tax e-cigarettes just the same as tobacco
Study is ‘simply a joke’
‘An electronic cigarette neither burns nor contains tobacco’
Mayo Clinic discovers benefits of e-cigarettes
The pace of progress shows how urgently we need to balance the benefits of innovation with the need for rules.
Washington’s Department of Health under fire for vaping advice
‘Study does not provide evidence that e-cigarettes are a gateway to regular smoking’