Here's The Truth About E-Cigarettes

Here's The Truth About E-Cigarettes
For other health issues, taking a harm-reduction approach can be as simple as passing out information or as complicated as setting up safe injection sites for heroin addicts. When it comes to smoking, however, the CDC seems to have taken an all-or …
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How Big Vaping is misinforming the public about e-cigarettes
On Sunday, California's public health department went live with an awareness campaign about e-cigarettes on a new website, Still Blowing Smoke. By the time of their official launch on Monday, vaping advocates were already on the offensive with a nearly …
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CDC anti-smoking ads target e-cigarettes for first time, highlight tobacco's
Asked about the approach in an interview, Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which produces the ads, said that "there's still a lot we don't know about e-cigarettes, and we have to remember they are tobacco …
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Vermont grapples with E-cigarette legislation from taxes to manufacturing and
The law student, at Temple University in Philadelphia, spent his summer break at home in Rutland County concocting various formulations of nicotine-laced liquid to heat up and inhale with an e-cigarette. … "It's definitely better than smoking …
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Business Owner Reacts After Health District Proposes E-Cigarette Regulations

Business Owner Reacts After Health District Proposes E-Cigarette Regulations
"There's four main ingredients in electronic cigarette juice, especially the ones we sell. There's propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, nicotine and flavoring. As compared to thousands of chemicals in traditional cigarettes,” says Vapor Emporium co …
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Resort's e-cig anti-smoking group will be one of first in the country
The group starts on Tuesday, March 31 and will run for six weeks at the E-Cig Emporium, Hamilton Road, from 5.30-6.30pm. Throughout the course, Mr Seager will be using CO monitor tests to track people's progress by measuring the level of carbon …
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