Credit: University of Michigan ANN ARBOR—The benefits of vaping to quit smoking far outweigh the health risks of youths moving from electronic to traditional cigarettes, a new study says. An analysis by University of Michigan researchers Kenneth Warner and David Mendez from the School of Public Health found that in the most likely of several […]
Irresponsible Reporting on New Study of Benzaldehyde in Cherry E-Cigarettes
The levels of benzaldehyde that a daily vaper is exposed to are over 1,000 times less than what a worker is allowed to be exposed to. Additionally, even the lead author of the study disputes that these findings support a belief that vaping could be as hazardous as smoking.
Is Vaping Safer Than Smoking Cigarettes?
Q: Is vaping safer than smoking cigarettes? A: Even the most ardent of e-cigarette and vapor product opponents generally concede that all scientific evidence points to vapor products being far less hazardous than smoking cigarettes. Even Mitch Zeller, Deputy Director of the Center for Tobacco Products of the Food & Drug Administration has commented, “If […]
AVA Op Ed in The Hill
AVA President Gregory Conley penned an editorial for The Hill’s Congress Blog, which is popular among Congressional staffers and policy professionals in the D.C. area. Independent e-cigarette industry is antidote to Big Tobacco Consumers were quick to understand and embrace the advantages of electronic cigarettes. The non-combustible, tobacco-free products are battery-powered devices that heat a […]
Use Common Sense on E-Cigarettes [U.S. News & World Report]
AVA President Gregory Conley in U.S. News & World Report urging the Food and Drug Administration to act with common sense when regulating e-cigarettes. Use Common Sense on E-Cigarettes Why the FDA should not regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products. The Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Tobacco Products has two goals that seem to […]