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E-Cigarettes: A $1.5 Billion Industry Braces for FDA Regulation
www.businessweek.com

In its simplest form, an e-cigarette is a cartridge filled with a nicotine solution and a battery powering a coil that heats the solution into vapor, which one sucks in and exhales like smoke. Typically, it looks like a regular cigarette, except the …

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Why Is The FDA Shielding Smokers From The Good News About E-Cigarettes?
www.chicagotribune.com

E-cigarettes work by delivering a potent "hit" of nicotine in water vapor, with flavorings and propellants of no significant health concerns – neither to the "vaper" (as they call themselves), nor to bystanders. Most of them resemble cigarettes – which …

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Electronic Cigarette Brand Comparison 2013 Incorporated by Tech-Cigarette.com
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Dallas, TX — (SBWIRE) — 10/24/2013 — Electronic cigarette brand comparison 2013 is an interesting exercise that tech-cigarette.com has incorporated, owing to the rising popularity of vapor cigarettes in the international smoking niche. By first …

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E-cigarette manufacturers could face tough new restrictions
www.thejournal.ie

Under the plan, e-cigarettes designed to taste like tobacco would also be banned. Health Minister James Reilly ordered a review of how electronic cigarettes were being sold and marketed in Ireland earlier this year. He said he was particularly …

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E-cigarettes ‘as unsafe as’ tobacco in pregnancy
popherald.com

PREGNANT women who use e-cigs may be harming their unborn babies, according to research. The findings in the research showed that exposure to volatile chemicals from thee-cigarettes can disrupt the activity of thousands of genes in the developing …

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Tighter cigarette policy in Europe
www.bbc.co.uk

The European Parliament will vote today on whether to class electronic cigarettes as a medicinal product. E-cigarettes contain no tobacco but still give a nicotine hit. It's part of a wider package of tough new regulations aimed at preventing young …

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E-cigarettes' growing popularity poses danger to kids
www.azcentral.com

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Billed as a safer, cleaner way to get a nicotine fix, electronic cigarettes are surging in popularity. But some doctors and researchers say these smoking substitutes are far from harmless — especially to children. More teens are …

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E-cigarettes deliver public health concerns
thegazette.com

It is very encouraging to see that some of our top elected officials in the state are interested in regulating electronic cigarettes, commonly known as e-cigarettes. Last month, Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller declared his intention to ask the …

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E-Cig Companies Launch Ad Blitz Before FDA Move
www.newser.com

(Newser) – Get ready to hear a lot more about "vaping." The Wall Street Journal reports that the makers of electronic cigarettes have embarked on a major TV ad blitz to push their products. Why now? Because the FDA is considering restrictions on how e …

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Vaping 101: E-cigarette Etiquette
www.huntingtonnews.net

First and foremost, an electronic cigarette is an apparatus that does not burn tobacco. Instead, they function as inhalers that run on a lithium battery. The user inserts a cartomizer filled with a nicotine-based liquid into the device, and it in turn …

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Heathrow Offers Safe Haven For E-Cigarette Smokers
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London's Heathrow airport gave electronic cigarette manufacturer Gamucci the green light to establish a “vaping zone” for traveling smokers. It is the airport's first indoor smoking area. People lounging around Terminal 4 can now shop around the …

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Secondhand exposure to nicotine from e-cigs 10 times less than tobacco smoke
health.india.com

Electronic Cigarette A new study has found that electronic cigarettes, when used indoors, may involuntarily expose non-users to nicotine and the secondhand exposure is on average 10 times less than from tobacco smoke. Electronic cigarettes (e …

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