Positive Yields From Vape Studies Abroad
While the United States and the federal Food and Drug Administration continue to take steps to stamp out vaping, international reports show that use of vapor products is both safe and effective in combating a much more serious foe – tobacco use.
Meanwhile, a second study from Cochrane Review researchers confirms the findings of an initial inquiry two years ago – vaping *may* help smokers looking to quit, and it carries no serious side effects (throat and mouth irritation, which we've covered in our PG/VG sensitivity posts to the Breazy blogs, have been reported).
The reports caution that longer-term studies are needed to back up these initial findings, but so far all serious scientific endeavors have pointed to vaping as a welcome change from tobacco consumption that should be encouraged rather than shunned.
While we here at Breazy can't speak with scientific authority, we're excited to hear from others who can and are saying the same things we've believed for years – vaping is the easiest, most successful way to kick your cigarette habit for good, and you'll be a lot healthier for it.