“Does vape juice expire?” The answer is yes. E liquid does have an expiration date, and it is not just there for show. Although both propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG) are why the expiration date for vape juice is 1-2 years, most of the changes in vape liquid are due to the oxidation of the nicotine and the degradation of the flavorings. The effects of aging will vary from liquid to liquid. Generally, older e juices will have less nicotine and weaker tastes.
Stanton Glantz of University of California, San Francisco released a study and claimed vapes were more likely to cause heart attacks than traditional cigarettes. That study was recently retracted by the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Hospitals in the United Kingdom have begun to make policy decisions that reflect the PHE’s stance on vaping. Two hospitals, City Hospital in Birmingham and Sandwell General Hospital in West Bromwich, have even opened vape shops on the hospital grounds themselves. Now, Derriford Hospital is joining the list of hospitals that have adopted pro-vaping policies.
On February 6, 2020, the sale of any vape pods containing flavors that were deemed “appealing to children'' were removed from the market. Because the FDA did not consider menthol or tobacco flavors as appealing to children, those vape cartridges were allowed to remain.