Three million people currently vape in the UK, and while vaping is substantially less harmful than smoking, there are still some dangers.
Perhaps you’ve observed the escalating number of people trading in their traditional tobacco cigarettes for vaping devices.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
People who use both tobacco and cannabis are more likely to report anxiety and depression than those who used tobacco only or those who used neither substance, according to a…
The struggle experienced might warrant a look at an alternative: vaping, which is a healthier route out of tobacco’s firm grip.
- Health & Medicine
A study aimed to identify and synthesise existing interventions to combat stigma associated with lung cancer and smoking-related respiratory diseases.
Numerous countries have started to legalise the usage of numerous types of cannabis and drugs such as weed, marijuana, and pot.
In an era that prioritises well-being and technological advancements, vaping emerges as a front-runner in the smoking domain.
- Society & Culture
The UK has been flooded with two million illegal vapes from its borders since 2022 as it struggles to hold off the counterfeit vaping surge – enough for almost four to be sold every minute.
There is an increasing need for the understanding and recognition of less commonly discussed forms of substance misuse, such as “huffing”.
When it comes to e-cigarette warning labels, respondents in focus groups organised by Cornell researchers were clear: Give it to me straight.
The 21st of June marks the beginning of Love Your Lungs Week and with 4.3 million people in the UK now vaping.
Common wisdom warns against smoking cigarettes in the presence of supplemental oxygen, whether at home, in a hospital or in an industrial setting.
Adding mint flavour to e-cigarette liquids produces more vapour particles and is associated with worse lung function in those who smoke.
The study aimed to address the inconclusive results regarding the relationship between smoking exposure and cognitive decline among older adults.
- Health & Medicine
Tobacco users in Canada are exposed to higher levels of cyanide than smokers in lower-income nations.