Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the day of Thursday 3 November 2016. (Update the news to 12h10).
UNITED STATES: A CALL FOR TESTIMONIALS ON QUITTING SMOKING WITH VAPE
“Share how you quit smoking using vaping”. That's Dr. Christopher Russell's Facebook call to vapers. The British researcher from the Substance Use Research Center (CSUR) will go to the World Health Organization (WHO) Convention of the Parties (COP7) from November 7. (See article)
UNITED STATES: A COMPARATIVE TEST OF FORMALDEHYDE RATE IN CIGARETTES, VAPES AND CIGARS
In a video presented on Youtube, Dr Robert Cranfield uses an aquarium and a detector to compare the level of formaldehyde present in tobacco and cigarette vapor and smoke. In the aquarium after 5 puffs of vape it finds 0,45 ppm. After 5 puffs of a 2,8ppm cigarette and after 5 puffs of a 5,0ppm cigar. (Video)
UNITED STATES: CAN HOPE SOMETHING USEFUL FOR VAPE AT COP7 FCTC
In an article posted on his site, Prof. Clive Bates wonders if we can really hope for something interesting for vaping during the COP7 FCTC summit which will take place in New Delhi from November 7 to 12. (See article)
FRANCE: A BETTER DELIVERY OF NICOTINE WITH THE LATEST MODELS OF E-CIGARETTE?
A recent article (Wagener TL et al. Tob Control. 2016) sheds some light on the speed of nicotine absorption with the personal vaporizer, and the difference between the 2nd generation devices (eGo type) and those of the 3rd generation (especially those using low resistors - subohm). 3rd generation personal vaporizers deliver nicotine more effectively than 2nd generation vaporizers. (See article)
FRANCE: HOW MANY YEARS OF LIFE DO YOU LUNCH IN SMOKING?
Some people think that smoking is harmless until they suffer serious consequences. We must not forget that cigarettes are made up of a large quantity of toxic substances that heavily affect the organs of our body. (See article)
FRANCE: WHY DO LITHIUM BATTERIES EXPLODE THEM?
Electronic cigarettes, smartphones: the cases of battery explosions are increasing. Lighting from Marion Perrin, head of the Storage and Electrical Networks department at the Atomic Energy Commission. (See article)