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Summary of Recent Vape Study: What We Can Take Away

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As you may have seen in the news, reported first by Reuters and CNBC, researchers from the Queen Mary University of London recently completed a study comparing the effectiveness of nicotine-replacement therapies vs. e-cigarettes in helping smokers to quit. You may have read the article, or seen others trying to capitalize on the traffic for the CNBC story, but we wanted to give you the full scope of the results from the study. So, in today's blog, we'll cover the methodology, results, and conclusion from this study,  and what we can take away from it!

Methods [1]:
According to the report, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the methodology for this study was fairly simple. The participant group was assembled by randomly selecting attendees of the U.K. National Health Service stop-smoking services and randomly assigned them into one of two groups. Group 1 gave the attendees their choice of any nicotine-replacement therapy products and provided them with those prod…

Find a New ADV for 2019!

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You might be a smoker right now, or you might be a current vaper; regardless of your smoking/vaping status, part of the beauty of vaping is the ability to change your vape juice whenever you'd like. Whether you've got an ADV already, or you're still searching for that go-to flavor, there's always another flavor out there ready for you to try.

Finding a reliable flavor is a huge part of quitting cigarettes for good. For those of you that have already made the complete switch, you know exactly what we're talking about. For some, the flavor that helps you quit smoking entirely doesn't end up being the flavor you continue to go back to along your vaping journey. For others, you find a flavor that helps you drop cigarettes and vape it until the end of time. For me personally, there are about 5 flavors I can continue to go back to and vape all day long, and in a way, that provides some security to my vaping journey. What if, for example, a flavor you love no longer …