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E Cigarettes are not a gateway to smoking for minors

Posted on 6th Nov 2015

YouGov have released a survey that confirms there is no evidence to suggest that using E-cigarettes encourages young people under the age of eighteen to use tobacco products.The survey was conducted as part of a research effort by Smokefree GB Youth this year, detailing both the use and awareness of traditional tobacco cigarettes and E-cigarettes, and whilst awareness of electronic devices has risen, their usage remains minimal in minors despite around 207,000 children in the UK starting to...
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multiCIG win Product Launch of the Year prize at Retail Industry Awards

Posted on 9th Oct 2015

We’re delighted to announce that we have won the e-cigarette Product Launch of the Year award at the Retail Industry Awards 2015. The annual awards, voted for by readers of trade magazine, Independent Retail News, showcases those brands which have excelled in their industry, and we’re so excited to have had our premium multiVAPE e-liquids chosen as winner.Launching our multiVAPE mod device last year with British made e-liquids, we then expanded these into new flavours this year and from...
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E-Cig Alarmists Undermine Public Health Goals

Posted on 18th Sep 2015

Despite more and more academic research establishing vaping as less harmful than smoking, public opinion seems to be heading in an entirely different direction. As this blog has said before, simple Google searches for phrases like ‘E-cigarette news’ overwhelmingly present us with a barrage of negativity - stories about impending bans and mod devices acting as a supposed gateway to smoking. If you believed everything you read, you’d think products like multiVAPE are undoing decades of hard...
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MultiCig Nominated for a Retail Industry Award

Posted on 3rd Sep 2015

We’re pleased to announce that we are an e-cigarette product launch of the year finalist at the Retail Industry Awards 2015. The annual awards, voted for by readers of trade magazine, Independent Retail News, is showcases those brands who have excelled in their industry, and we’re so excited to have had our premium multiVAPE e-liquids chosen as a finalist.Launching our multiVAPE mod device last year with British made e-liquids, we then expanded these into new flavours this year and from...
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Women lead the way as Vapers

Posted on 28th Aug 2015

A recent survey has confirmed that more numbers of women are choosing to use vaping as their method of quitting traditional cigarettes than men.Findings come shortly after Public Health England find that e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than traditional tobacco cigarettes and are becoming more popular with the general public, but not young people. Statistics on smoking in 2015, estimated that 2.1 million adults in Britain use e-cigarettes and now we know that the majority of these are indeed...
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GPs and Stop Smoking services may start prescribing E-cigarettes through NHS

Posted on 19th Aug 2015

Electronic cigarettes are still in the limelight within this week as government body, Public Health England (PHE) has said for the first time that e-cigarettes are less damaging to health than smoking tobacco. This new means that they may start being prescribed by the NHS to help smokers quit. This new debate comes after e-cigarettes are being used more and more every day.Currently e-cigarettes are used by 2.6 million adults, and PHE have announced today that, even that e-cigarettes aren’t...
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New Study Finds E-cigarettes Does Not Lead Young People to Smoke

Posted on 18th Aug 2015

As we all know, electronic cigarettes have caused a stir amongst the media with the worries that use of e-cigarettes in young people may lead to the regular use of traditional cigarettes in the future. Today the results of a survey into use of e-cigarettes in young people has ruled that the use of these products does not lead to smoking.The survey, which focused on 11-18 year olds has proven that there is no real danger of them becoming addicted to tobacco by using e-cigarettes. The study...
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British American Tobacco Research Says E-Vapour as Safe as Air

Posted on 16th Jul 2015

Vaping has potential to be “greatest public health miracle of our lifetimes" As research into the effects of e-cigarette vapour intensifies, evidence continues to mount that vaping is considerably safer than smoking. The latest study adding to the case came from none other than British American Tobacco (BAT), who, despite selling tobacco products since 1902, are now themselves dipping a toe in the waters of change surrounding the nicotine marketplace. Their research saw them team up with...
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Mounting Evidence Shows Vaping Poses Less Risk

Posted on 9th Jul 2015

Here at multiCIG, we follow the e-cigarette industry closely, taking a keen interest in all vaping news as and when it develops. To the casual observer, a quick google search could easily leave them with the impression that the emergence of vaping has left global society is in the grip of a terrifying new trend posing a mortal threat to non-smokers and children in particular. One story after another reassures us that the powers that be in right-thinking countries all over the world are taking...
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Welsh E-Cig Ban: Barking Up the Wrong Tree

Posted on 17th Jun 2015

Smokers are addicted to the nicotine found in tobacco smoke but none of the more than 400 other toxic chemicals it contains. In the concentrations smokers consume, nicotine is relatively harmless but those other toxins claim millions of lives around the world each year. It is therefore only reasonable to expect that, were a healthier alternative to be developed which removed those toxins but allowed smokers to expose themselves to the nicotine they crave while still enjoying the sensations...
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