Health

  1. Public Health England research note
  2. PHE report on electronic cigarettes
  3. PHE evidence that e-cigs are 95% safer
  4. Royal College of Physicians study, report
  5. WHO report on ENDS
  6. US FDA policy shift on ENDS
  7. Tobacco Control Plan, UK government
  8. ASH Factsheet: Use of electronic cigarettes (vapourisers) among adults in Great Britain
  9. 6.1 million Europeans have quit smoking with the use of electronic cigarettes (sample size 27,460)
  10. Use of e-cigarettes boosts chances of quitting by around 50% compared to traditional NRTs
  11. MSDS/COA reports: Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerine, Flavourings, Nicotine (COA), Nicotine (MSDS)
  12. Universal test for eliquid (here)

 You can download 97 more research studies as an archive here

 You can download 17 more research studies as an archive here

Legislation

  1. Article, 20: Tobacco Products Directive
  2. Regulations for e-cigarette products in UK, US, Scotland
  3. E-cig laws worldwide

 

India

  1. Trends in smoking in India from 1998 to 2015, by age, gender and education
  2. Tobacco Tax in India: Ministry of Health report that says economic cost attributable to tobacco use in 2011 amounted to Rs 1,04,500 crores (US$ 22.4 billion) in India
  3. Bidis are taxed at barely 9%, far below the WHO and World Bank recommendations. Even cigarettes are taxed far below the global average. (Report)
  4. India spends 1.2% of its GDP to treat tobacco-linked diseases. (Report)
  5. Kerala Vaping is harmful – a report by Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), Kochi. (Report)
  6. Survey of smokers in India – majority want access to vaping. (Report)

 

Resources

  1. E-cigarette Research.org
  2. Addiction Journal
  3. Master list of e-cig studies

 

Doctors who prescribe vaping

  1. Dr Michael B. Siegel, MD – mbsiegel@bu.edu
  2. Dr Nick Hopkinson – Twitter: @COPDdoc – Tele: (0)20 7352 8121 – n.hopkinson@imperial.ac.uk
  3. Dr Hilary Jones – kim@drhilaryjones.com
  4. Dr Christian Jessen – info@sueridermanagement.co.uk
  5. RCP president Professor Jane Dacre – j.dacre@ucl.ac.uk

 

Vape research bodies/professionals

  1. Dr Marina Murphy, Head of Scientific Media Relations, Research & Development at British American Tobacco: Lab-tests of e-cigarette show no evidence of cellular harm
  2. Dr. Gene Gillman of Enthalphy Analytical – Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (gene.gillman@enthalpy.com): Levels of the carcinogen formaldehyde produced by e-cigarettes to be significantly lower than the levels found in tobacco cigarettes
  3. Professor Umberto Tirelli – Director of the Medical Oncology Department at the National Cancer Institute in Aviano, Italy: E-Cigarettes a Good Antidote to Smoking
  4. Professor Robert West – University College London: E-cigarettes are estimated to have helped 16,000-22,000 smokers in England to quit in 2014

 

Vape articles

  1. E-Cigarettes could improve the lives of millions of people (BBC News)
  2. 10 common questions about e-cigarettes answered (Cancer Research UK)
  3. Study finds exhaled e-cigarette vapour particles disappear within seconds (Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania, EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, ETH Zurich the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
  4. E cigarettes, Miracle or Menace? (BBC Horizon)
  5. Higher adoption of vaping among poor (Economist)