Nicotine Salts for Vapers: What’s the fuss?

Millions of people now vape as an alternative to smoking. With Public Health England estimating that it’s at least 95% safer than smoking, it’s been a massive success. But many more millions of people continue to use tobacco cigarettes. Why? One reason is that while vaping replicates the hand to mouth experience of cigarettes, it […]

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Competition: Innokin Pocketbox

With 40w of power, easy to fit coils, and super compact all-in-one design, the new Pocketbox from Innokin is ideal for life on the move. Perfectly suited to beginner and experienced vapers alike, we’ve got three of these fantastic devices to giveaway! Find out more about the Pocketbox here, and for the chance to win […]

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Vaping and Your DNA: What You Need to Know

And How You Could Help Science! Critics of vaping often point out that “we don’t have enough long-term studies” to really know how much risk vaping poses to users. While the Royal College of Physicians and Public Health England have famously estimated that vaping isn’t likely to pose more than 5% of the risk of […]

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Pod Systems: A New Way to Vape

Vaping is changing. For a long time, e-cigarettes just kept getting bigger and bigger. We went from cigalikes to vape pens, from vape pens to tube mods, from tube mods to box mods, and since then the box mods have been packing more and more batteries into their bodies. There are many reasons for this. […]

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14 Common Objections to Vaping And Why They’re Wrong

An Interview with Karen House – Leicester City Stop Smoking Service Listening to Louise Ross from the Leicester City Stop Smoking Service last year I was astonished by some of the reasons smokers are continuing to smoke. For example, some people are still smoking because they fear popcorn lung (very rare, and zero established cases […]

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