juni 17, 2019 1 min läsning


E cigarettes have been somewhat controversial due to some bad press.
Most negative press has not been science based, but based on opposition mostly based on fear for the unknown.

We have gathered some articles and science based reports and studies on the subject, for your convenience.

57 000 ex-smokers in UK, due to e-cigarettes
GOV.UK – February 2018

Vaping poses only a small fraction of the risks of smoking
Public Health England – March 2018

Conclusive evidence that e-cigarettes reduces users’ exposure to numerous toxicants and carcinogens
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and medicine – January 2018

Public Health England launch TV-ads to encourage the use of e-cigarettes
The Telegraph – September 2017

E-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than normal cigarettes
Public Health England – August 2015

New study proves there is no second-hand vaping
E-Cigarette Research – September 2015

E-Cigarettes save lives – Derek Yach, previously WHO top
The Spectator – February 2015

Top Scientists warn WHO not to stub out e-cigarettes
Reuters – May 2014

Tobacco Product Directive (e-cigarettes in Article 20)
Official Journal of the European Union – April 2014

E-sigaretter hjelper flere å kutte røyken
forskning.no – July 2017

Røykere bør heller bruke e-sigaretter
ABC – May 17

Snus gir 10 millioner færre sigaretter i uken
Hegnar.no May – 2016

Røyksneiper på førsteplass over enkeltgjenstander som forsøpler havet
TV2 – May 2016

Sier ja til e-sigaretter
Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening – March 2016