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Yet Another Research Says Vaping Doesn’t Help Smokers Quit The Habit

A new study adds to the growing evidence that vaping devices aren’t the answer if you want to quit smoking. Researchers found that over 90 percent of the test participants still smoked cigarettes after a year of vaping.

Public Health July 11, 2018

Teenager Cautions Fellow High Schoolers About ‘Juuling’ Addiction

A lot of high schoolers are Juuling, and they can’t stop. The addictive habit, originally meant for adults who want to quit smoking, represents a growing problem among America’s adolescents.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 4, 2018

Schools In New York Prevent Students From Using Vaporizing Pens By Installing Smoke Sensors

New York schools have decided to put in smoke detectors to help catch students using vaporizing pens during school hours. Once vape smoke is detected, an alarm goes off that alerts school officials.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 2, 2018

E-Cigarette Use In Classrooms Plummets, FDA Tries To Prevent Sales To Minors

After principals and teachers noticed an increase in the use of e-cigarettes in school, the FDA set out to encourage retailers to stop selling vapes to minors. Some companies have already begun to raise the purchasing age to 21.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 30, 2018

Apple Has A Patent For A Vaporizer: Company Planning To Target The Vaping Market?

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a patent last week, filed by Apple, which outlines a vaporizer technology. However, it’s best not to get too excited yet.

Apple January 27, 2017

Seeing New Version Of E-Cigarettes Can Spark Desire To Smoke

Seeing a person smoke cigarettes or use vape pens sparks desire in young smokers to smoke. The findings cast doubt on the potentials of electronic cigarettes as a smoking cessation aid.

Public Health January 19, 2017

Frequent Vaping By Teens May Lead To Heavy Smoking Later In Life

The use of e-cigarettes is considered as a roadblock to prevent the use of conventional cigarette smoking. However, a new report suggests that teenagers who use e-cigarettes frequently are highly likely to develop a heavy smoking habit later in life.

Public Health November 9, 2016

This Inventor Modified An Xbox 360 Controller To Include A Vape

An inventor at a Mexican vaping lounge created an Xbox controller mod that features a vape with coffee-flavored nicotine for gamers who like to play and puff.

Movies/TV Shows February 5, 2016

Cherry-Flavored E-Cigarettes Most Dangerous To Users: Study

A new study in the United States found that cherry-flavored e-cigarettes contain the most levels of a respiratory irritant chemical called benzaldehyde. Long-term exposure to the chemical may possibly be dangerous, experts said.

Life February 1, 2016

The Weeknd Launches A Vape That Plays His Hit Single 'The Hills' As You Smoke

R&B singer The Weeknd partners up with startup Pax Labs for a limited edition vaporizer that plays his hit single when the device is turned on.

Gadgets November 4, 2015

Man Hospitalized After E-cigarette Left A Hole In His Lungs: Here's What Happened

A man was sent to the hospital when he accidentally burned a hole into his right lung. A faulty e-cigarette was found to be the culprit.

Life October 23, 2015

What Really Was The Word of the Year? Language Experts Have Their Own Ideas

The hashtag #BlackLivesMatter was named the 2014 word of the year by the American Dialect Society, as others crowned culture and vape their top word.

Internet Culture January 14, 2015

'Vape' is Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2014

Oxford Dictionaries chooses ‘vape’ from the shortlisted entries for 2014's popularized terms. ‘Bae,' 'indyref,' and 'slacktivism' were other options for Word of the Year.

Arts & Culture November 20, 2014

Oxford Dictionaries' Word of the Year Reflects E-Cigarette Trends

Oxford Dictionaries choose "vape" as 2014's Word of the Year. Selection highlights prominence and controversy surrounding use of e-cigarettes.

Life November 18, 2014

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