If you’re interested in finding out more about vaping, there are a wide range of resources available online, including the following:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Electronic Cigarettes, providing facts about electronic cigarettes, their health effects and the risks of using e-cigarettes
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Vaping visual dictionary, highlighting different e-cigarette, or vaping, product generations and substances used in these devices
- Smokefree.gov – Guidance and resources on how to quit smoking
- Know The Risks – Comprehensive information about the impact of e-cigarette use among young people, and includes resources such as a tip sheet for parents to talk to teens about e-cigarettes
- Public Health England – Vaping in England
- National Health Service (NHS) – Using e-cigarettes / vapes to quit smoking
- Public Health Matters – The latest advice from PHE on vaping and e-cigarettes
- Cancer Research UK – Deep dive into current available information on the relative safety of e-cigarettes compared to tobacco
The links on this page are provided as a convenience, but the BAT Group of Companies is not responsible for the content on the linked websites. The statements and views available on those sites do not necessarily represent the views of the BAT Group of Companies or its management.
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