When you’re new to vaping, it can seem like there is a lot to learn. There are hundreds of devices to choose from, thousands of e-liquids and lots of terms that most none vapers will never have heard of. Fear not, we’ve all been a vaping novice once, and like anything new, it takes a bit of time to work out what’s what.
The US vaping scare has meant that the second half of 2019 has been turbulent for the vaping industry. At the time of writing this post, approximately 50 deaths have been linked to vaping. In addition to this, nearly 2,500 people have reported e-cigarette related illnesses.
The environment and the impact humans have on the planet is in the news daily. Whether it be bush fires in Australia, deforestation in the Amazon or flooding here in the UK. More and more people are starting to look at their own lives and how they can make environmentally beneficial changes. For the eco-friendly vaper, there are obvious concerns as vaping creates waste and is not 100% environmentally friendly.
Public Health England (PHE), one of the best sources for well researched, factual information on vaping, have released a new blog post alongside their annual evidence-based review on e-cigarettes>. The post has been written by John Newton >, a supporter of vaping who is keen to promote facts about e-cigarettes and debunk the dodgy research, myths and hearsay that surround vaping.