Florida high school students have mostly snuffed out cigarettes, but in increasing numbers, they’re choosing e-cigarettes. The latest study by the state Department of Health suggests so-called “vaping” is a hot trend with teens, and many public health officials say that’s alarming. Keith Shipp, owner of Only E Cigz vapor shop, was quick to point out his sign warning customers that state law forbids him from selling to people under 18.
Smokers could be prescribed e-cigs on the NHS as health experts reckon they are 95% safer than cigarettes. They believe the devices would save 76,000 lives a year. At the moment, 80,000 people die annually because of smoking. The proposals could see up to four million smokers given free e-cigarettes to help them kick the habit.
The Norwegian Directorate of Health recently sent out a warning to all the major Norwegian vape-shops, instructing them to remove all positive coverage and all pictures of their products from their web-sites. I believe skypumpen.no, an excellent Norwegian vaping blog, dedicated to consumer information and safety, was the first to report this here in Norway last week.
E-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than tobacco and could be prescribed on the NHS in future to help smokers quit, a review of their use has concluded. Experts who have compiled a report for Public Health England say “vaping” could be a “game changer” for persuading people to quit cigarettes.
A majority of Americans say electronic cigarettes should be regulated by the Food and Drug Administration the same way the agency handles cigarettes containing tobacco, according to results from the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll. Overall, 57 percent of people said the FDA should regulate e-cigarettes like tobacco products.
Government body says vaping can make ‘significant contribution to endgame of tobacco’ and raises concerns about length of licensing process Vaping is safer than smoking and could lead to the demise of the traditional cigarette, Public Health England (PHE) has said in the first official recognition that e-cigarettes are less damaging to health than smoking tobacco. The health body concluded that, on “the best estimate so far”, e-cigarettes are about 95% less harmful than tobacco cigarettes and could one day be dispensed as a licensed medicine in an alternative to anti-smoking products such as patches.
With the ecig industry now predicted to top $10 billion annually by 2017, calls for regulation are louder than ever. The FDA’s regulations for the industry are expected to be unveiled later this summer, requiring federal approval for nearly all flavored liquid nicotine juices and ecig devices sold in vape shops.
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