the more studies the better – we need all the ammo we can get ! … though i see the indoor vaping topic a very broad and context-dependent one… i do have some empathy for the arguement that ecigs can unfairly put stress on ex-smokers – especially ones that look like cigarettes. As to the non psychological aspects, i am happy to hear more evidence – yet not surprised – that secondhand vapor isn’t the same detrimental effect on others …. the more official evidence that can be gathered to corroborate this is crucial as its sure to be one big area in new FDA / big pharma attacks (by way of anti-smoking groups being manipulated knowingly or not) for all that as usual i would suggest no better source than Dr. Seigel’s blog:
Originally posted on The New York Observer:
Good news for the vaping community! A new study, produced by the environmental health consulting firm CHANGE LLC, claims that the secondhand risks from e-cigarette vapors are minuscule, and we should all just be chill about co-workers using them in the office.