Many of our readers will be old enough to remember when Big Tobacco was taken to task in the 1980's for its deceptive advertising practices.
VAPESTICK is happy to report that lawmakers in Canada have recently been doing some positive electronic cigarette work.
Should you use electric cigarettes to quit smoking? We cannot and will not suggest you should, but studies about the subject continue to come in thick and fast.
What's that argument we're always hearing regarding electronic cigarettes and smoking cessation? That there's no proof they can help people to quit.
Companies like VAPESTICK don't need to make claims that electronic cigarettes are healthier than combustible tobacco, given that the scientific community is frequently making the case for us anyway.
The last few weeks have seen an onslaught of e-cigarette news covering nearly every aspect of vaping.
What happens when legitimate, scientific cigarette/e-cigarette studies are held up in comparison to junk science?
Last week we presented information that clearly refuted the conclusions of a study that suggested levels of formaldehyde made e-cigarettes more dangerous than combustible tobacco.
When Pfizer first introduced Chantix in 2006, it was hailed as a revolutionary smoking cessation drug that could help smokers quit tobacco within 12 weeks.
Why do manufacturers make flavoured liquid for e-cigs? If you believe the sceptics, it is for the purpose of luring non-smoking children into a tobacco habit.