You've heard the debate, you've seen the years of conflicted e-cigarette media reports. And you've almost certainly talked with friends about the implications of vaping. But the facts are clear.
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Vaping in review: The important events you need to know about
In the last few years, vaping has gone from an underground, often overlooked activity, to the biggest competitor to the tobacco industry. Around the world, millions of people are trading smoking for vaping, and vaping is growing in strength each day.
The last few years have been eventful for vaping, with overwhelmingly positive clinical studies, research data and new trading standards that make vaping safer for everyone.
E-cigarettes 97% safer than smoking according to new study
A new study has shown that E-cigarettes are up to 97% safer than conventional smoking.
In a study funded by Cancer Research UK and performed by the department of epidemiology and public health at UCL, it was found that long term vapers have significantly lower toxic and carcinogenic substances in their body when compared to smokers.
Vaping helps 18,000 extra people quit in 2015
E-cigarettes go hand in hand with controversy, often fuelled by uninformed speculation, but actual definitive research is few and far between. This can make the available information for would-be vapers at best confusing, but at worst contradictory.
However, more and more research is slowly providing a clear picture of how the vaping industry is changing the face of smoking, and the verdict is extremely positive.