R.I. Governor Chafee vetoes e-cigarette ban for those under 18
The company plans to advertise Vuse on TV as it tries to build share in a tight market. to advertise on TV,” said David Howard, spokesman for R.J. Reynolds Vapor, the subsidiary selling Vuse. But, he added, “in our television ads you will not see people using the product.” In addition, Vuse will not be marketed online.
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Within three days of last summer’s mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado-based e-cigarette company, VeppoCig.com, offered free trial kits to anyone who had been at the theater and was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. “Above all, we are a company that cares for the health of our customers. We understand that they are going through a difficult time and we want to help,” the company announced. John Paul Pollock, of The Vapor Store in Golden, described e-cigarettes as “a dignified alternative for people who smoke.” However, Walton rejects comparison to other stop-smoking products – such as the FDA-approved nicotine patch and nicotine-infused gum. “There is no research that shows that (e-cigarettes) are an effective cessation or stop smoking aid or device,” she said. Still, e-cigarettes are catching on worldwide.
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Health officials worry about electronic cigarette push in Colorado
As a matter of public policy, electronic cigarette laws should mirror tobacco product laws, not circumvent them, Chafee said. Other bills vetoed by Chafee on Wednesday would have let municipalities raise taxes on low-income, government-subsidized housing, and increased required public-reporting by the states quasi-public agencies. Chafee did not heed all calls for a veto. For example, he rejected pleas from the states auto insurers to veto a bill telling them when they can and cannot declare a damaged vehicle a total loss, that was a priority of the states politically connected auto-body shop industry. (Leading the industrys fight again this year was the sister/law partner of the former senior deputy majority leader in the House.) Sponsored by Rep. Arthur Corvese, D-North Providence, the new law prohibits an insurer from declaring a motor vehicle a total loss if the cost to restore the vehicle is less than 75 percent of its fair market value before it was damaged.
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Benefits of Best Vapor Cigarette Brands of 2013 Revealed by Tech-Cigarette.com
They also help and avoid the smell and indoor bans that plague tobacco smokers. Azer and other industry observers said implementation of the regulations, after the FDA considers public comment could take another 12 to 18 months. “There’s an incentive now to get as good as you can before the FDA starts regulation,” said Dr.
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It should also be noted that Alexa.com has voted V2 Cigs e cigarette brand of being Americas most favorite brand. Hence, the popularity of V2Cig in the year 2013 has increased several folds in the year 2013. The main reason behind this is positive customer feedbacks as well as the diverse e cigarette starter kits that are being offered by V2 Cigs to its customers at highly affordable prices. When tech-cigarette review team interviewed Rob Grimes, a regular e cigarette user, he said, I have tried almost all the best known vapor cigarette brands that are available internationally and I am quite certain that V2Cigs starter kits are simply the best as they fully satisfy my nicotine cravings, without forcing me to opt for a tobacco cigarette.
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Chicagoans help on electronic cigarettes study
A weekday morning brings a steady stream of customers to 21 Century Smoking an electronic or e cigarette store in Chicagos Lincoln Park neighborhood. Some are regulars stocking up on supplies. Others are newcomers ready to explore the offerings. Employee Katie Galan an e-cigarette user herself rattles off a menu of options.
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The statement from the UN body poses a couple of questions concerning the effectiveness and safety ofENDS. Two brands of e-cigs with the corresponding spare battery. Equazcion at the wikipedia project Concerning the safety of electronic cigarettes, the WHO says The safety of ENDS has not been scientifically demonstrated. The potential risks they pose for the health of users remain undetermined.
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FDA faces dilemmas in regulating e-cigarettes
What should be the basis for product standards for e-cigarettes? Could the risks be ameliorated by changes in engineering? Regulatory concerns go beyond the chemical background of the product. Even if e-cigarettes are shown to be less toxic than cigarettes, there are social implications to consider, the authors pointed out.
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Miami’s Vapor Shop, Gives Away Bruno Mars Concert Tickets
The study found that 13 percent of participants who used high-dose e-cigarettes quit smoking. Seventy percent of those who quit smoking eventually gave up e-cigarettes, too. As evidenced in this study, when people switch to electronic cigarettes, it absolutely makes it easier to quit nicotine use completely, said Michael Siegel, a professor at Boston University School of Public Health who studies e-cigarettes. Its not as simple as saying people are substituting one addiction for another. In fact, Siegel said the quit-rate for e-cigarettes is comparable to rates in other nicotine-replacement therapy studies. But others maintain that its not yet known how harmful vaping could be.
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Inhaling this vapor is what simulates smoking, and Vuse promises to provide more consistent puffs, including a strong first drag that tobacco smokers would want from a replacement product. Vuse also promises to be slightly less wasteful instead of going with wholly disposable e-cigarettes, Vuse comes with a USB charger and/or an AC adapter, and is made for persistent use. The cartridges needed for smoking Vuse are disposable after use, of course, but that constitutes a lot less e-waste. Vuse will be sold as Vuse Solo and Vuse System. Solo comes with Vuse, one cartridge of your choosing, a rechargeable power unit, and a USB charger. System comes with Vuse, three cartridges, a rechargeable power unit, a USB charger, an AC adapter, and a carrying case.
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Vuse is World’s 1st Digital Vapor Cigarette
If the customer does decide to switch, they can use the Taper to Vapor voucher for a 20% discount off any Eko Cigs kit. Visit TaporToVapor.com for more program details. “When deciding on what vapor shop to buy from, there are some critical things to consider” says Ariel Perez, owner of Eko Cigs and Ekocigs.com . “Here are a few things to keep in mind: 1.
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Vapers argue that the emissions from a few ingredients must be cleaner than the thousands of charred chemicals flowing from the average cigarette. Critics worry that the devices and the components of their associated vapor are “untried, untested and unknown,” in the words of Stella Bialous, president of the San Francisco consulting firm Tobacco Policy International. In the California Senate, lawmakers recently approved a bill that would ban vaping from every place smoking is already prohibited.
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Can electronic cigarettes help smokers kick the traditional habit?
E-cigarettes are unregulated by the US Food and Drug Administration, making it difficult for consumers to know how much nicotine or other chemicals they may be inhaling. The agency has announced its intention to regulate the products as tobacco but has not provided a time frame. Regulation would subject the products to the same standards and scrutiny as conventional cigarettes. Manufacturers contend e-cigarettes are safer because they do not contain tar, which has been linked to lung cancer, and do not have a flame. Regulators point to the potential long-term dangers of inhaling vaporized nicotine and other chemicals.
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Electronic cigarettes sprout on Boston shelves
Ho / Los Angeles) Darrin Gold had been smoking for 27 years when he picked up an electronic cigarette. The Los Angeles real estate broker had tried to quit via nicotine gum, patches and lozenges, and didn’t hold out much hope for the personal vaporizer. A few days later, he trashed his traditional cigarettes. Technically, e-cigarettes are not stop-smoking devices and may not be marketed as such.
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E-smokes rising: Sales skyrocket for ‘healthier’ nicotine fix
While the FDA continues to study the products, business is booming. In fact, the Tobacco Vapor Electronic Cigarette Association estimates that there are currently four million Americans using e-cigarettes with a market cap of $600 million, said Thomas R. Kikla, a spokesman for the Georgia-based trade organization. He explained that the group’s name includes the word “tobacco” because nicotine is derived from the plant. SURPRISING STUDY A recent study conducted in Europe showed they were effective in getting smokers off tobacco — even smokers who had no intention of quitting.
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