Confirmed, e-cigarettes help smokers quit

Posted by BuyVapor VaporRewards on


One of the biggest debates around electronic cigarettes: Do e-cigs actually help smokers quit?

Now, the first, large rigorous assessment offers an "unequivocal answer: yes".

The New York Times published an article on January 30, 2019, explaining a study conducted in Britain and funded by the National Institute for Health Research and Cancer Research UK that found e-cigarettes to be an effective tool for helping smokers quit.

For the full article, The New York Times 

Related Posts

VTA Statement on Altria Presentation to CAGNY
VTA Statement on Altria Presentation to CAGNY
The Vapor Technology Association (VTA) released a statement on the Altria presentation to the Consumer Analysts Group...
Read More
Controversial JUUL commercial
Controversial JUUL commercial
Watch the Controversial Juul TV Commercials   JUUL Labs has become a prominent name in the vaping industry and ...
Read More
Update on Deeming Rule Appeal
FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb’s recent remarks on vapor products Commissioner Gottlieb marks that one primary m...
Read More
American Cancer Society Recognizes Reduced Harm for E-cigs
American Cancer Society Recognizes Reduced Harm for E-cigs
A new statement from the American Cancer Society (“ACS”) was released on June 11, 2018, entitled, “The American Cance...
Read More

Recently Viewed:

Clear All