About Smoque Vapours
Smoque Vapours is a Chicago vaping retailer with retail locations in Printer's Row and Lakeview with a third location in Kenosha, Wisconsin. One of the original vape shops in Chicago, Smoque Vapours has been a leader in the vaping community for over four years. Our e-juices are crafted from premium USP-approved PG, VG and food flavorings and are 100% diacetyl free. We offer the latest in e-cig mods, tanks, coils and accessories both online and at any one of our retail locations. Check out our Artisanal E-Liquids, Prana Premium E-Liquids or our Smoque Drip Line today!
Smoque Vapours also offers wholesale e-liquid services for shop owners looking for new e-liquids. Our dedicated wholesale account managers don't just sell, they are partners who can help your business grow by building long-standing relationships. Sign up with Smoque Vapours to get a wholesale experience like no other! Fill out a wholesale application to receive free samples of our best sellers to your store today!
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This is a reblog from ABC News. Original article: http://abcn.ws/1XaEU01
The federal government on Thursday announced sweeping new regulations for electronic cigarettes that could upend the multibillion-dollar industry and for the first time require e-cigarette makers to submit their products for a safety review.
Before brands are allowed to stay in the market, regulators would have to check the ingredients, design and flavor of the fast-growing devices, which have found a foothold with teenagers.
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This is a reblog from author: Guy Bentley. Original article: http://bit.ly/1Y8yc97
The ban on vaping during flights could be overturned thanks to a vaper rights group and a free market nonprofit.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) rule prohibiting vaping on planes passed a House panel in February to some fanfare after GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter puffed on his vape pen during proceedings.
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This is a reblog from author, Kaleigh Rogers. Original article: http://bit.ly/1QRAfsf
Is vaping partly to blame for Kristy’s lung collapsing? That’s the question you might be asking after seeing this ad:
That’s a screengrab of an in-app ad for a Centers for Disease Control campaign called “Tips from Former Smokers,” which has been going on since 2012. The ad was captured and shared by a vaper on Reddit. The “tips” ads are part of a pretty powerful campaign that shows the real life effects of smoking, but this particular ad—released last year—puts a bizarre emphasis on smoker Kristy’s e-cigarette use.
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This is a reblog from author, Jacob Sullum. Original article: http://bit.ly/1WD9HlC
In 1962, two years before U.S. Surgeon General Luther Terry released his famous report on the health hazards of smoking, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) covered the same subject in a report that went further than Terry's, linking cigarettes to cardiovascular disease as well as lung cancer and chronic bronchitis. Last Thursday the RCP issued another landmark report that should inspire imitation in the United States, endorsing e-cigarettes as a harm-reducing alternative to the combustible, tobacco-containing kind.
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This is a reblog from Georgetown University Medical Center
Seven top international tobacco control experts are prompting regulators at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to have a broad "open-minded" perspective when it comes to regulating vaporized nicotine products, especially e-cigarettes.
Writing in the journal Addiction, published online April 25, the researchers synthesize much of the evidence published to date on e-cigarettes, and suggest that use of these products can lead to reduced cigarette smoking overall with a potential reduction in deaths from cigarette smoking.