Scientific Research Discussion Archive

Mayo Clinic Reveals Results of A Ground Breaking New Ecig Experiment

Mayo Clinic Reveals Results of A Ground Breaking New Ecig Experiment Patients in the study were encouraged to use the “ENDS” [Electronic Nicotine Delivery System] whenever the desire arose instead of smoking a cigarette. Daily use and behavior was recorded during the study and findings with a 30 day follow-up with patients showed 17% were

Recent Diacetyl Posts On Facebook

It seems every time I refresh my Facebook feed, I see an article posted or shared that talks about a recent Harvard T.H. School of Public Health study that references high levels of diacetyl and acetoin in the liquid used by electronic cigarettes.  People are posting it who I can imagine never really read more than a

E-Cigarettes 95% Safer Than Smoking – Public Health England Research and Recommendations

A recent study published by Public Health England has started virally circulating the web in the past 24 hours.  Many news sites have picked it up (I personally first saw the article tied from a Reuters article).  While it has been reposted/shared/mentioned all across social media, I decided to take an in-depth read into the

ScienceDirect – Cigarette/Electronic Cigarette/Air Study

ScienceDirect – Comparison of select analytes in aerosol from e-cigarettes with smoke from conventional cigarettes and with ambient air Disclaimer: The link above is a scientific article describing in detail testing procedures and methods of comparing standard cigarettes, multiple electronic cigarettes, and standard air.  Much of the article is outside my higher learning background but

ECigarette-Research.org – Dr. Farsalinos and Scientific Data Regarding Levels of Aldehydes in Vapor

E-cigarettes generate high levels of aldehydes only in “dry puff” conditions (irrespective of the power levels) Finally!  Some real information and scientific evidence (and by that I mean research that has been done and peer reviewed).  When an earlier study done earlier in 2015 by the New England Journal of Medicine showed that there were