Cigarette excise taxes link to black market sales

Study Suggests E-Cigs’ Potential as Cessation Devices

Study finds e-cigarette vapor contains exponentially less particulate matter (PM) than secondhand cigarette smoke

Electronic cigarettes – utilization satisfaction and perceived efficacy

ASH.org briefing – Electronic Cigarettes

Ecigs as harm reduction

Electronic Cigarettes as a Smoking Cessation Tool Siegel Study



Reduced exposure evaluation of an Electrically Heated Cigarette Smoking System. Part 1: Non-clinical and clinical insights

Experiment concludes that within the limits of the observed parameters passive vapor does not produce detectable amounts of toxic and carcinogenic substances in the air of an enclosed space.

Electronic Cigarettes_A Survey of Users

Harm Reduction in Nicotine Addiction

Literature review for Glycerol and Glycols

Regan et al E-cig adult use Tob Ctrl 19.full



New E-cigarette Study Shows No Risk from Environmental Vapor Exposure

A new study published this month shows that environmental e-cigarette vapor does not pose the risk that secondhand smoke does.

Virgiania Commonwealth University Study

VCU-2012-Effective-Nic-Delivery Eissenberg- VanSickle

Theatrical Smoke Propylene Glycol Environ Study

Ruyan Cartridge Report 30-Oct-08

The Impact of Flavor Descriptors On Nonsmoking Teens’ and Adult Smokers’ Interest In Electronic Cigarettes