Electronic cigarettes won't help smokers quit, study claims

Researchers say they found more evidence that e-cigarettes are not smoking-cessation devices, but experts see flaws in the study Source: Tobacco News

E-cigarette poisoning increasing in Utah

The e-cigarette has been branded as an alternative to regular cigarettes, but the products have also caused problems for children in the Beehive State. Source: Tobacco News

mCig dives; SA author critical of valuation, competitive standing

SA author Charles Moscoe , who states he’s a “consultant for a major player in the electronic cigarette space,” believes mCig ( OTCQB:MCIG -11.4% ) “has no proprietary technology,” and that similar Chinese OEM products can be easily procured. Moscoe also: 1) Notes mCig had Q3 revenue of just $85,109. 2) Argues mCig’s VitaCig unit… Read More

E-cigarette users no more likely to quit smoking than other smokers, study finds

E-cigarettes might be growing in popularity, especially among regular cigarette smokers. But a new study suggests that as a tool to help smokers quit, they may not be very effective. The study conducted by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco was a small one, looking at 949 smokers, including 88 smokers who reported… Read More

E-cigarettes not associated with more smokers quitting, reduced consumption

The use of electronic cigarettes by smokers is not associated with greater rates of quitting cigarettes or reduced cigarette consumption after one year. Source: Tobacco News

E-cigarette use not linked to quitting smoking

People who use electronic cigarettes do not report higher rates of quitting than regular cigarette smokers, according to a US study out Monday. Source: Tobacco News

E-cigarette ban on indoor smoking headed to Senate floor

A proposal to regulate the emerging e-cigarette industry, including a prohibition on using the products indoors, is headed for a vote by the full state Senate. Source: Tobacco News

Plan for e-cigarette rules reaches Senate floor - KARE

E-Cigarette Controversy: Should They Be Taxed Like Cigarettes?

Many smokers say electronic cigarettes have changed their lives, but the personal vaporizers are creating lots of controversy. Many cities and states just aren’t sure what to make of the electronic alternatives. …read more Source: Tobacco News

South County cities consider e-cigarette regulations - OCRegister

South County cities consider e-cigarette regulationsOCRegisterThe council specifically addressed lounges for e-cigarettes – battery-powered devices that vaporize nicotine-infused liquid – after its denial of a request by MetaVape Lounge to open in Pacific Park Plaza Center on Aliso Creek Road. Advocates of e … …read more Source: Tobacco News

Santa Clara County Considers E-Cigarette Regulations - NBC Bay Area

NBC Bay AreaSanta Clara County is joining a number of other Bay Area counties and cities looking into whether e-cigarettes should be regulated. NBC Bay Area’s Kimberly Tere reports from Sunnyvale with more on the regulation and what people are saying about them.Santa Clara County considers adding e-cigarettes to smoking lawsVallejo Times-Herald all 7 news… Read More

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