E-cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs are rapidly growing and sweeping the globe. They eliminate tobacco, tar, and smoke consumption. Basic e-cigarettes consist of a battery and cartomizer (cartridge) which contains a heating element. The heating element vaporizes e-cigarette liquid delivering nicotine if you wish and simulates "smoking".
E-cigarettes are being included in smoking bans on many college and university campuses. Is this a matter of satisfying the public majority or just alleviating the confusion between vaping and smoking for enforcement purposes?
By now, you've probably seen them being smoked on the subway or in a bar -- those shiny, futuristic, battery-operated nicotine inhalers better know as electronic cigarettes that are apparently all the rage these days.
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E-cigarettes appear to be less addictive than cigarettes for former smokers and this could help improve understanding of how various nicotine delivery devices lead to dependence, according to researchers.
Scientists have yet to find that electronic cigarettes pose a significant health risk to users. 'National Geographic' seems to think that's a reason to panic.
Halo Cigs's insight:
We know much of the news today was focused on the Attorney Generals from 40 of the States pushing for FDA regulation of the e-cigarette industry. But we thought this was interesting and would get lost in the shuffle, so we wanted to bring it to your intention. Basically we have one publication calling out another for a misleading article. It's always interesting to see different perspectives, stances, and agendas from different parties. This is a perfect example. Here is the link to the National Geographic article that is being called out:
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The FDA is considering a ban on online sales of electronic cigarettes, as part of a package of regulations the agency is readying for the increasingly popular devices.
Halo Cigs's insight:
This has been the hot topic since it broke last night. This would change things drastically for everyone. From suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers, to all you vapers out there. We'll see what happens, whether this is speculation or true. All we know for sure is FDA regulations are coming.
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