Why E-Cigarettes Might Not Be As Safe As You Think - Gizmodo Australia

National PostWhy E-Cigarettes Might Not Be As Safe As You ThinkGizmodo AustraliaIt’s little wonder why e-cigarettes’ popularity has exploded into a multi-billion industry around the world over the last few years; the promise of safe, harmless nicotine delivery without all the carcinogenic byproducts of looseleaf combustion is a …Public health officials inadvertently bolstering tobacco market… Read More

States seek tougher e-cigarette regulations - Chambersburg Public Opinion

States seek tougher e-cigarette regulationsChambersburg Public OpinionThe letter asks for e-cigarettes to be subject to the same advertising restrictions as traditional cigarettes. It also urges the FDA to ban all “characterizing flavors” of e-cigarettes other than tobacco and menthol, similar to a rule that went into … .

Quebec On E-Cigarettes: No Sale To Minors, No 'Vaping' In Public - Huffington Post Canada

Quebec On E-Cigarettes: No Sale To Minors, No ‘Vaping’ In PublicHuffington Post CanadaMaltais also made the point that using an e-cigarette is cheaper than smoking. He estimated that a pack-a-day smoker who switched to an e-cigarette would spend about $20 every two weeks on good quality e-liquids, rather than about $10 a day on …… Read More

Electronic cigarette sparks fire on plane at Logan Airport

Federal authorities should consider further restrictions for electronic cigarettes on planes, airport officials said after one of the devices apparently started a small fire that forced passengers to briefly evacuate a plane last weekend. .

Logan Airport Wants to Crack Down on E-Cigarettes

Massachusetts Port Authority believes an electronic cigarette was responsible for starting a fire at Boston’s airport last weekend. .

Electronic cigarette sparks fire on plane at Logan

Federal authorities should consider further restrictions for electronic cigarettes on planes, airport officials said after one of the devices apparently started a small fire that forced passengers to briefly evacuate a plane last weekend. .

Logan official: Feds should look at e-cigarettes on planes - WCVB Boston

WCVB BostonLogan official: Feds should look at e-cigarettes on planesWCVB BostonFederal authorities should consider further restrictions for electronic cigarettes on planes, airport officials said after one of the devices apparently started a small fire that forced passengers to briefly evacuate a plane last weekend. Ed Freni …Logan Airport Wants to Crack Down on E-CigarettesBoston.comOfficial: Feds… Read More

UW Stevens Point will be tobacco & e-cigarette free August 25th - WSAU

UW Stevens Point will be tobacco & e-cigarette free August 25thWSAUSTEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAU) — The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point will become a tobacco free campus in just over a week. The school announced Friday that all campus properties will be affected by the ban beginning August 25th. Jen Sorenson is …and more .

Small plane fire prompts talk of e-cigarette restrictions - The Express-Times - lehighvalleylive.com

Small plane fire prompts talk of e-cigarette restrictionsThe Express-Times – lehighvalleylive.comFederal authorities should consider further restrictions for electronic cigarettes on planes, airport officials said after one of the devices apparently started a small fire that forced passengers to briefly evacuate a plane last weekend. Ed Freni …and more .

Airport official: E-cigs might have caused fire on plane, urges feds to consider restrictions

Daryl Cura demonstrates an e-cigarette at Vape store in Chicago, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. .

Official: Feds should look at e-cigs on planes

Federal authorities should consider further restrictions for electronic cigarettes on planes, airport officials said after one of the devices apparently started a small fire that forced passengers to briefly … .

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