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A long-term smoking habit is one of the most difficult things to kick, so where’s the best place start when you’re trying to put an end to your addiction? E Juices could be the answer. E Juices come in countless flavours, ranging from blueberry to tobacco, and they can be easily inhaled through a vaporiser. When you’re learning how to vape, it can be difficult to get a grasp of E Liquids. Whether it’s figuring out what nicotine levels you need to equate to how much you smoke a day or discovering how to use your device, vaping may seem […]
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Since the introduction of the modern E-cigarette in the early 2000’s, Myths such as E-liquids contain dangerous substances, E-cigs are addictive and Second hand vaping is dangerous. E ciggarette shop Essex, Tank Puffin have created this infographic to educate you on what exactly is a myth and what is a fact when talking about vaping.

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  The vaping community represents one of the most diverse hobby niches that is picking up fast with people all over the world. The types and sub types of using vaporizers for recreation encompass e-cigarettes for public use, heavy duty RDAs for cloud chasing, special accessories for the herb, high nicotine to zero nicotine mixes, and enjoying hard hitting tanginess to the throats. If you are an absolute beginner, much of the above descriptions should sound very baffling. It is natural and actually a mutual feeling shared by anyone accustomed with vaping. For starters Many people look it up as […]
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Whether e-cigarettes can help address health inequalities will depend on take-up in deprived communities – but cost and ‘faff’ are discouraging deprived smokers from switching, according to new research. The study involved community-based research in the North East of England with smokers and quitters over three years from 2012 to 2015. Research participants bought both tobacco and electronic cigarettes largely through informal outlets and personal networks – but for the very poorest, cost was a barrier to any e-cigarette use. Although £10 would buy a starter tank and e-liquid, smokers could get a week’s worth of illicit rolling tobacco for the […]
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With studies from reputable universities and health agencies people can no longer deny that they are exposed to lesser health issues with e-cigarettes and vape pens than tobacco cigarettes . The former delivers less nicotine than the latter. With the sudden popularity of electronic cigarettes , vape pens, and even vape mods around the world since emergence in 2003, some countries have started to place laws and mandates that would regulate use, sale, and possession. While some smokers are behind the trend and have not yet switched to vaping, they are smoking tobacco cigarettes which are fairly easy to get […]
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In the UK, smoking is the primary cause of premature death and preventable illness, with around 100,000 deaths each year attributed to smoking related diseases. Illnesses such as heart disease, respiratory disease and many cancers are directly linked to smoking, at a cost of over £2 billion per year to the NHS. With the NHS under constant budgetary strain, this represents a sizeable drain on resources. Smoking has been a highly visible part of British culture for more than a century, and while the number of people smoking has been in decline since the 1970s, it’s still a habit enjoyed […]
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Smoking tobacco has led to many illnesses and deaths for decades.  A much disputed habit, government agencies continually place pressure on cigarette manufacturers to reveal the truth regarding the dangers of smoking.  While some people quit cold turkey, use meditation, or try the patch, others have tried ‘vaping.’ While debates are open and long-term results are pending, a number of people believe that vaping is helping people quit cigarettes. Those Who Vape Based on a survey, most (72%) ‘vapors’ were former cigarette smokers, with 76% smoking e-cigarettes on a daily basis.  An international survey reported that 72% of those who […]
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After the recent report by Public Health England that e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than traditional smoking, many have called into question whether these devices should finally be recognised by the NHS and included in their stop smoking initiative. It was only in June this year that the Anti-Smoking Charity (ASH) confirmed that since their launch in 2003, 1.1 million adults have switched from traditional smoking to using e-cigarettes alone, and in a more current survey detailing the fitness of vapers, 71% of those using the devices commented that they feel fitter and healthier because of them. With so many […]
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Despite what you may believe or expect, the jury is out on vaping. In January the medical world was stunned by research from the New England Journal of Medicine entitled “Hidden Formaldehyde in E-Cigarette Aerosols”, which found the apparent production of lethal chemicals in the e-cigarette vaping process. Barely three months later a contradictory study was unveiled in vapeaboutit.com, featuring the work of renowned cardiologist Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos, who believes that the original study was fatally flawed, that e-cigarettes are at least 95% safer than smoking, and that smokers should swap over. So what to do? Should all smokers toss […]
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Cigarettes can kill you – that is an undisputable fact. Despite that, according to the Daily Mail 19.3% of the UK population still smoke, although large numbers of people manage successfully to give up this noxious habit. Vaping is now increasingly popular, and here are ten reasons why it’s considered by many to be healthier than smoking:   1. Smoking kills In 2013 The Independent published an article that revealed that 1 billion people across the globe will die this century as a result of smoking cigarettes. Conditions, including heart disease, lung cancer and strokes can be caused as a […]
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This is an extract from the  response by Action on Smoking and Health to the consultation by the Committee of Advertising Practice and the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice. Relevant Facts The following are relevant facts about “electronic cigarettes” that should guide the final rules on how they are advertised.    Electronic cigarettes are not cigarettes in any meaningful sense, they are nicotine delivery systems that do not contain tobacco, where the nicotine is delivered orally to the user in the form of vapour rather than in the form of smoke. They are therefore much closer in kind to other […]
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In July 2013 The Daily Mail reported that the first £1 electronic cigarette (or e-cigarette) went on sale in the UK. The e-smoking market is now worth over £2bn globally if estimation by Cannacord, the globally operating investment bank, are correct. A recent BBC article places the number of UK people now opting to use e-cigarettes at around 700,000. This figure is based on a survey carried out by health charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH). Often called ‘vaping’ by users, e-smoking is on the rise with many substituting traditional tobacco cigarettes for this safer form of smoking. Some […]
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