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Research shows an estimated 18k people have quit smoking thanks to vaping

While there remains a lot of uncertainty amongst most people when it comes to vaping, every once in awhile a new study comes along to help ease the mind of people wanting to make the switch to vaping.

Recently University College London released their research findings and is claiming that around 18,000 ex-smokers have broken the chains of traditional tobacco and have found new freedom by switching to vaping.

The research findings were published in the British Medical Journal and used data collected from previous studies including and the English National Health Service's stop smoking services and Smoking Toolkit Study. Both services are designed to help people quit smoking traditional cigarettes by offering alternatives such as the patch.

Show Me The Numbers

  • Researches analyzed data on over 170,00 people over the age of 16
  • Participants reported their smoking status from 2006 to 2015
  • Over 41,000 people had smoked in the past year
  • Over 38,000 people were current smokers
  • Over 8,000,000 quit dates were set by smoking participants

Here's The Kicker!

  • For every 1 percent increase in e-cigarette use, the success of quit attempts increased by 0.098 percent!


England has really seemed to embrace vaping and this research gives them a strong leg to stand on as to why they see vaping as a smarter alternative to traditional tobacco. The vaping industry as a whole needs more real research done to prove that the days of regular cigarettes are over. What are your thoughts on how England is handling the vaping industry vs. the U.S.A? Drop us a line below and let your voice be heard!


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