In January, we wrote our most popular post of all time:
had an incredible 26,000 shares at the time of writing!
In February we looked at the danger of batteries after a modified e-cigarette exploded – and found that ball point pens are still a bigger killer than batteries.
Our most popular post in April (1667 shares) was the story of Debra, an Empyhsema sufferer who found some relief by switching to ecigs.
August was a month of positive studies, including one on the (non) risk of passive vaping and another one on e-cigs effect on the heart. (Image from Photoshop Gurus.) Meanwhile, our own fun survey found that people think vaping is sexier than smoking 😉
September saw Paul Bergen interviewing the author of the e-cigarette heart study, Cardiology researcher Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos. We also broke the news of an EU plan to ban ecigs – although a spanner was put in the plan when the man behind the ban had to resign after being accused of soliciting bribes from tobacco companies.
October saw us examine how the internet was stopping a campaign to ban ecigs. We also scoured the internet to find the ten funniest vaping videos – check them out here if you need a laugh!