E-cigarette awareness is on the rise – The Clinical Advisor
76% consider e-cigarettes to be more acceptable to non-tobacco users and 72% thought they can use electronic cigarettes in places where smoking is not allowed. Neides agrees with researchers who say none of this is true simply because the risks of e-cigarette use and the exposure to vapor are unknown. “They should be regulated no different than regular cigarettes and people should be encouraged to not use them for any reason,” he said. The findings for the study “Electronic Cigarette Use Among Young Adults” was presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies annual meeting.
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This is an absolute lie. Flavors include cherry, watermelon, and gram crackers. There is a juice labeled Papa Smurf and Wild Child, with a subtitle of dont let them tame you. You can find all of these juice flavors and more at a site called E-cig & vapor shop. When further research is conducted, e-cigs are going to be proven to be extremely addicting.
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Using e-cigs to stop smoking tobacco is not as good as you may think – Columbus healthy living | Examiner.com
Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are increasingly advertised as replacements for regular cigarettes or cessation aids for smokers, wrote Andy S.L. Tan, MBBS, MPH, PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and colleagues. Their findings were https://ottojrfu.wordpress.com/2014/05/25/e-cigarette-ban-among-bills-governor-signs/ published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. To assess the prevalence of e-cigarette awareness and the correlation in perceived harmfulness, researchers used data from the Health Information National Trends Survey conducted from October 2012 to January 2013. The inspectors examined whether awareness and perceived harmfulness correlated with smokers’ past-year quit attempts and intention to quit.