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Doctors haven't been able to pinpoint one reason yet, but there are some ingredients in vape juice that could be behind it.
Alarming stats out of the U.S. have the Canadian agency taking proactive measures.
Adopting standardized packaging policy is crucial in protecting the health of Canadians, and will have international significance.
The U.S. study is the first to look at a possible link between e-cigarettes and heart attacks.
Concentrates and vaporizers are a proven way to help control dosing — and under current legislation, it could be a year or more before they are available.
Two very important pieces of legislation on consumer products are being debated, which could provide many lessons for the world
This is not about whether people should be vaping. It is a matter of empowering people to choose a less harmful way of satisfying their addiction.
Every province with vaping legislation treats e-cigarettes as if they are similar in harm to smoking, encouraging the public to think that vaping is not appreciably different than smoking. This misinformation, actual or implied, is especially pernicious when it comes from the government.
When it comes to e-cigs and health there are many unknowns.
I walked through a cloud of tutti-frutti smelling smoke the other day, and it got me wondering about e-cigarettes. Are they safe? Are the bad for you? Why do they smell like fruit? So, I spoke with Leslie Gibson, occupational therapist and member of Sunnybrook's Smoking Cessation Committee, to answer some common questions about e-cigarettes.