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Oncology Professor Challenges Safety of E Cigarettes

Oncology Professor Challenges Safety of E Cigarettes

Richard O’Connor, a Roswell Park Assistant Professor of Oncology, has gone on the record stating that he feels that lack of regulation in the e cigarette industry is leading many people to unnecessary health risks. He has stated that he feels there is no standard for the product and that many companies release their e [...]

April 11, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Study Finds E Cigarette Usage Lowers Regular Cigarette Usage

Study Finds E Cigarette Usage Lowers Regular Cigarette Usage

A recent study among 43 new e cigarette users has found a 40% decrease in daily regular cigarette consumption. This is something that has many e cigarette proponents reacting positively as it may be used to further the case that e cigarettes are better for you than regular cigarettes. However, the study team that reported [...]

April 11, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Proposed Indianapolis Ordinance May Put a Stop To Public E Cigarette Use

Proposed Indianapolis Ordinance May Put a Stop To Public E Cigarette Use

A recently proposed ordinance for the Indianapolis area may put a stop to virtually all e cigarette usage should it pass. The ordinance proposes that using an e cigarette, which has for a long time been known as “vaping” is the same as smoking, and as such e cigarettes would be subject to public smoking [...]

April 10, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Canada Makes Graphic Images on Cigarettes Mandatory

Canada Makes Graphic Images on Cigarettes Mandatory

Canada has just made the displaying of graphic images showing the affects of cigarettes on the human body mandatory. The images, which many feel are too graphic, are being put on packs in an effort to deter young people from picking up smoking in the first place. While a great deal of anti-smoking commercial campaigns [...]

April 9, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

FDA Welcoming Comments on Graphic Images on Cigarette Packs From Public

FDA Welcoming Comments on Graphic Images on Cigarette Packs From Public

In what may be a rare move, the Food and Drug Administration is opening up to the public for their opinion on whether or not it is a good idea to start printing graphic images on cigarette packs in what is considered by many to be an act to discourage new smokers. This is something [...]

April 8, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Do E Cigarettes Encourage Nicotine Addiction?

Do E Cigarettes Encourage Nicotine Addiction?

E cigarettes have become increasingly popular over the last year, with reportedly over one million new users. It is not surprisingly that the majority of new e cigarette users are people who already smoke. However, there are some who are questioning whether or not e cigarettes are only encouraging smokers to stay addicted to nicotine. [...]

April 4, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1

Number of E Cigarette Users Growing

Number of E Cigarette Users Growing

E Cigarettes have been growing in popularity among smokers across the country. Though a specific number is hard to pinpoint, it is estimated that over a million smokers started using e cigarettes last year alone. This easily leads one to the conclusion that e cigarettes have become a legitimate competitor for regular cigarettes.  The excitement [...]

April 4, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Controversial Smoking Graphics To Be Debated

Controversial Smoking Graphics To Be Debated

A decision by the Federal Government that would force tobacco companies to publish graphic images is to be argued on April 10th by representatives of the tobacco industry. The arguments that are being presented will echo the sentiment that the images that would be published on cigarette boxes are not only in bad taste, but [...]

April 4, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

March 22 To Be World Vaping Day

March 22 To Be World Vaping Day

March 22 has been chosen as World Vaping Day, a day in which e cigarette users are encouraged to share knowledge about e cigarettes and the belief that they are a much safer alternative to smoking traditional, tobacco based cigarettes. The goal is to let smokers know that there is an alternative out there that [...]

April 3, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 0

Utah Bill Signed into Law Despite No Evidence of E Cigarette Vapor Being Harmful

Utah Bill Signed into Law Despite No Evidence of E Cigarette Vapor Being Harmful

E Cigarette users in Utah have been dealt a frustrating blow in the form of Governor Herbert signing the HB245S3 bill, which states that e cigarettes fall under the public smoking ban, into law. This is frustrating to many e cigarette users, not only because of the ban, but because there is no evidence at [...]

April 3, 2012 Kyle Newton News & Politics 1
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