Bought a pack of smokes in the UK recently? If so, you'll have noticed that Brits are now being sold cigarettes in an underwhelming mud-brown packaging. This initiative—alongside standardized brand fonts and more extensive health warning labeling—is all part of the EU Tobacco Products Directive (TPD). The directive, which came into effect in May of last year, is a part of the TPD's aim to further reduce tobacco consumption across EU member states, thereby cutting down on those combustion-related diseases that we are forever reminded of on our cigarette boxes.
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#1 Dr. Lynn Kozlowski, Professor of the University of Buffalo School of Public Health “Those who try to exaggerate dangers of using vapor products should consider their role in keeping smokers smoking. Telling people that only no product is safe is an irresponsible message.”
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A new study which compared e-cigarette vapor and cigarette smoke emissions, found no evidence that vaping products may propagate cancer, while the contrary was observed of combustible cigarettes.
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Here we go again. It seems anti-Vape affiliates are Still Blowing Smoke up the behinds of America’s general public with recycled lies. Due to the economic pressure, politicians are shamefully influenced to become involved with determining the fate of vapor in the U.S.
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Results obtained from an air sample of a small non-ventilated vape shop, clearly indicate that the amount of toxic substances present in the air where a lot of vaping is taking place, are of insignificant levels.