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Cigarettes and lungs don’t exactly have the healthiest of relationships, and the same applies to the Tobacco industry and the British Lung Foundation.
When it comes to vaping, that relationship gets…complicated. Over the years both sides have been butting heads regarding legislation, research and much, much more.
But things are changing.
In 2017, the vaping industry faced its biggest challenge; The Tobacco Products Directive.
Restrictions to trade, packaging and products on the market proved to be a point of contention between vapers and the government, but UK vapers were quick to adjust to the new rules.
However, despite widespread compliance and the promise that no further changes would come into effect, it seems that TPD isn't done with us just yet.
Vaping helps you to reduce risk in numerous areas, but not many would have thought about how using e-cigarettes can put a stop to fire risks.
As it turns out, that's exactly the case!
It's been over a year since Public Health England posted their landmark research into E-cigarettes. The study, which was supported by a number of prominent bodies, including the NHS, concluded that vaping is approximately 95% less harmful than smoking, and gave vaping a prominent boost in public perception.
But, should you check the headlines about vaping you might be dissuaded, as contradictory and confusing reports are appearing left, right and center.