Teen Vaping: What the Numbers Say

“There is an epidemic of youth vaping!” They say, showing a picture of a JUUL or pod-style device in the hands of someone too young to legally buy it. They release ominous videos telling us that vaping “reprograms your brain” and warn of the spectre of a gateway to smoking at every opportunity. They want […]

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How to Vape: Inhaling

Here’s a common scenario that plays out in vape shops across the country. A smoker enters the shop, completely new to vaping but intent on buying their first e-cig kit. “How can I help you today?” the sales manager asks. “I’m looking to buy an e-cig kit,” the smoker responds, sheepishly looking at the wide […]

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Plexus Coils: What They Are and Why You Should Try Them

Coils are one of the areas of vaping where evolution seems relentless. I remember briefly feeling like I understood coils, and then I started to notice a lot of chatter about Clapton coils. That’s OK, I thought, learning what Clapton coils were and trying them out. Then the permutations came: fused Claptons, staged Claptons and […]

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A Guide to Your First Week of Vaping

How to ensure you don’t get derailed and go back to smoking Quitting smoking can be challenging, to say the least. Nicotine is a big part of the reason why, but you’ll also find yourself missing the routine and ritual of smoking too. The early morning rollie with your cup of tea, the post-dinner smoke, […]

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The 10 Types of Anti-Vaper

Do you know that feeling when something gives a huge number of people a bit of pleasure, and helps them kick a habit that stands a substantial chance of killing them, and all you want to do is criticise it and mock them for it? No, neither do I. But you can’t spend very long […]

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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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