It will be some time before we have clear evidence on the long-term harms of vaping, however evidence is emerging about vaping and health outcomes.
- Generation-Vape-Research-Snapshot-flyer.pdf (cancercouncil.com.au) . This snapshot provides the findings so far of the Generation Vape campaign which aims to examine awareness, perceptions, attitudes, knowledge and behaviours of e-cigarettes and tobacco use among young people aged between 14 – 24 years, and parents/carers and teachers and principals. You can also read more about how young people are accessing and using vapes in NSW here.
Banks E, Yazidjoglou A, Brown S, Nguyen M, Martin M, Beckwith K, Daluwatta A, Campbell S, Joshy G. Electronic cigarettes and health outcomes: systematic review of global evidence. Report for the Australian Department of Health. National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Canberra: April 2022.
Byrne S BE, Williams G, Anastasiou KM, Tonkin A, Battams S and Riley MD,. E-cigarettes, smoking and health. A Literature Review Update. Australia: CSIRO; 2018.
- Irusa K, Finkelman M, Magnuson B, Donovan T, Eisen S. A comparison of the caries risk between patients who use vapes or electronic cigarettes and those who do not: A cross-sectional study. Journal of the American Dental Association; December 2022.