Young e-cig users crave regular cigarettes more - Deccan Chronicle

Young e-cig users crave regular cigarettes moreDeccan ChronicleWashington: A new study has found that youngsters who have never tried regular cigarettes but have consumed e-cigarettes were likelier to crave the conventional cigarettes. Lead author of the study, Shanta Dube, associate professor at Georgia State …E-cigarette group demands CDC retract ‘deceptive’ researchThe HillE-cig not-so-safe releases chromium… Read More

New for school: More iPads, new buses and updated e-cigarette rules - Buffalo News

New for school: More iPads, new buses and updated e-cigarette rulesBuffalo NewsEden has updated its rules to clarify that e-cigarettes will be confiscated and not returned if found on a student. Previously, the devices were banned from school, but parents could arrange to get them back once they were taken away from a student.and more… Read More

'Increased levels of toxic metals' in e-cigarette secondhand smoke - Medical News Today

Medical News Today’Increased levels of toxic metals’ in e-cigarette secondhand smokeMedical News TodayThough previous research has found benefits of switching from traditional to electronic cigarettes, a new study from the University of Southern California finds that the secondhand smoke from e-cigarettes contains certain harmful metals that are …Electronic cigarettes emit toxic metals into the air:… Read More

Young e-cig users crave regular cigarettes more

Washington, Sept 1 (ANI): A new study has found that youngsters who have never tried regular cigarettes but have consumed e-cigarettes were likelier to crave the conventional cigarettes. Lead author of the study, Shanta Dube, associate professor at Georgia State University, studied 2011, 2012 and 2013 National Youth Tobacco surveys of middle and high school… Read More

E-cigarette secondhand smoke has 'increased levels of toxic metals' - Medical News Today

Medical News TodayE-cigarette secondhand smoke has ‘increased levels of toxic metals’Medical News TodayThough previous research has found benefits of switching from traditional to electronic cigarettes, a new study from the University of Southern California finds that the secondhand smoke from e-cigarettes contains certain harmful metals that are …Second-hand Smoking: E-Cigarettes Release More Toxic Metals than… Read More

The American Heart Association Just Delivered a Huge Blow to Cigarette Companies

The American Heart Association’s recommendations could quash the e-cigarette market. What does this mean for Altria, Reynolds American, and Imperial Tobacco? .

The World Health Organization's take on e-cigs and the FDA regulations - Lexology (registration)

The World Health Organization’s take on e-cigs and the FDA regulationsLexology (registration)Under the FDA’s proposed e-cig regulations, the FDA will require that e-cig manufacturers provide the agency with a detailed description of its manufacturing processes and ingredient lists, substantiated with verifiable scientific data. E-cig … .

Vapers and businesses upset as e-cig ban takes effect Sept. 1

By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas — E-cigarette users in the Borderland are preparing for a citywide e-cigarette ban set to take effect Sept. 1. The city’s ordinance bans the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping everywhere smoking is prohibited. … .

Vapers and businesses upset as e-cig ban takes effect Sept. 1 - KFOX El Paso

KFOX El PasoVapers and businesses upset as e-cig ban takes effect Sept. 1KFOX El PasoThe city’s ordinance bans the use of electronic cigarettes and vaping everywhere smoking is prohibited. This includes inside public places like restaurants, bars, and movie theaters. Smoking is not allowed within 20 feet of entrances of enclosed public … .

The Health Claims Of E-Cigarettes Are Going Up In Smoke - Forbes

ForbesThe Health Claims Of E-Cigarettes Are Going Up In SmokeForbesSadly for smokers and “vapers”, the answer is far from clear. Over the past week, new evidence has emerged which suggests that E-Cigarettes can be dangerous too – in some cases carrying higher amounts of certain toxins than the blazing tobacco of old.E-cigarettes should be used… Read More

E-cigarette chemical linked to lung disease

An e-cigarette product has been removed from sale after concerns over a potentially toxic chemical linked with lung disease. BBC show Inside Out tested several e-cigarette liquid refills and found the butterscotch flavour contained a chemical called diacetyl which can be harmful if inhaled. .

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