Vaping makes quitting smoking easier, but it still isn't exactly easy. To maximize your chances of switching, you'll need to learn the basics about vaping and how to set yourself up for success.
A meta-analysis from Stanton Glantz made the claim that vaping while still smoking actually reduces your odds of quitting, but new data from the UK shows that this isn't true at all.
If the United States government is to go down this route of heavily restricting quality products, then they inevitably push consumers to acquiring lesser ones by other means.
Mod not producing vapor? There are many potential causes for this problem, but thankfully most of them are easy to address if you know what you're doing. Here are the main things you should consider.
A new study from UCL researchers takes a look at the facts behind the youth vaping "epidemic" declared in 2018. Looking at the data from the National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) calls many anti-vaping claims into question.
Vaping and driving is generally legal, but if you aren't careful about how you vape, it could still land you in trouble or even put you and others at risk. Luckily, if you follow a few simple tips you can stay safe and on the right side of the law.
A new study has revealed that perceptions of the risks of vaping vs. those of smoking influence the chance of successfully switching. Dual users who thought vaping was dangerous were less likely to quit.
A briefing organized by the New Nicotine Alliance at the sixth Global Forum on Nicotine underlined the importance of flavors for the success of vaping, and called the logic of flavor bans - as currently being proposed across the US - arguing that they could cause more harm than good.
A new study from the UK looks at the effectiveness of different methods for quitting smoking using real-world data. The results show that vaping is the most effective approach, helping more smokers quit than Chantix, NRT and all other approaches.
Vaping marijuana is becoming increasingly common since the rise of nicotine vaping, but is it safe? How do the risks compare to those from smoking cannabis? We've taken a look at the evidence to find out.
One of the most contentious issues surrounding vaping is whether it really helps smokers quit. People opposed to vaping often argue that there just isn't enough evidence to say one way or another, or might even claim that it actually reduces quitting rates. They're wrong, and here's why.
Two recent studies from the US and UK continue to track the problem of the public misunderstanding of the relative risks of vaping and smoking. Science says vaping is much safer than smoking, but people - especially in the US - don't know it. So what's the problem?
A new study compares vapers to smokers in terms of their exposure to toxic chemicals. Stanton Glantz claims the study shows that most vapers "might as well smoke," but is it true?
If you do a lot of shopping through the same vape store, you can take advantage of reward programs, auto-ship deals and membership-based arrangements to save some extra cash. But how good are the deals, and what are the pros and cons of each type?
Many pods are designed to be single-use, but if you want to save money, they can often be "hacked" and refilled with any e-juice of your choosing. Here's how you can put any juice in the pods for the Juul, the Cync from VapeForward, the MyBlu and the Aspire Gusto.