Four things you should know about Electronic Cigarettes

Not even a decade old, electronic cigarettes have made quite a splash in the $50  billion per year smoking industry. Vapor smoking appeals to smokers by offering users a healthier, more cost-efficient, and environmentally conscious alternative to traditional tobacco cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes sidestep the problems of secondhand smoke, odor, and pollution from traditional cigarettes by using...[Read More]

E-Cigs: the ‘quit smoking’ conundrum

If you’re new to electronic cigarettes and are thinking about trying them as a way to quit smoking, good idea. But there are some issues you’re going to run into. This page will attempt to shed some much-needed light, and hopefully very little heat. 1. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has come out with an evaluation of electronic cigarettes. The agency is leaning toward regulatin...[Read More]

Bias Journalism Of Unbias Journalists

On Oct 2nd Consumer Reports reported that there was no proof that vaping helps people quit smoking. The story was based on a study by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an “independent” group that advises the u.s. on health issues, emphasis “independent”. The study was published in the September issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine.

A Billion Lives

Filmmaker, and interestingly enough a non-vaper, Aaron Biebert is setting out to expose the lies that Big Pharma and the media have been spreading about vaping in a new vaping documentary titled “A Billion Lives”. It’s estimated that 1 billion lives will be taken by tobacco within the next century if something does not change. “When the New England Journal of Medicine published that study showing ...[Read More]

Three Things The CDC Hid In Teenage Vaping Data

The CDC’s anti vaping propaganda reached critical mass this past week, as new data was released claiming e-cig use among adolescents has tripled in the last year. We reported last month, the cdc would target vaping in its newest anti-smoking campaign. Last week they released their youth tobacco survey and sparked a massive flood of media attention. The first thing they don’t want you to know The C...[Read More]

Official Study Proves Vaping is 95% Less Harmful than Cigarettes

Public Health England, an executive agency sponsored by the Department of Health, published a report yesterday titled E-Cigarettes: An Evidence Update. It found that vaping and e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than traditional tobacco cigarettes. A link to the 121 page study can be found here. Key findings of the review include: The current best estimate is that e-cigarettes are around 95% less h...[Read More]


2015 will go down as a pivotal year for the vape industry. The vape community really came into its own, for better or for worse. We are now without a doubt, a culture. With its own customs, values and perspectives, that is a beautiful thing. Vaping soared to new heights this year as an industry, and in terms of the number of people that have put away cigarettes for good making the switch to vaping...[Read More]


We tend to usually focus on the human impact that smoking has. For example, every 10 minutes someone tragically dies from a smoking related causes. Tobacco’s death toll is no secret, but what is often overlooked is the environmental impact smoking has. Vaping not only has the potential to save millions of lives and improve quality of health, but it could also could greatly impact the environments ...[Read More]

Cloud Competitions: The future of vaping or a thing of the past?

Proactively harness enterprise products for cutting-edge services. Rapidiously synthesize turnkey scenarios whereas installed base e-services. Completely implement client-centric benefits rather than competitive infrastructures. Compellingly brand team building applications vis-a-vis technically sound sources. Dynamically productivate competitive systems through 24/7 leadership skills. Appropriate...[Read More]

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