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Tyler Goldman is scrambling to end an epidemic that’s slamming the smoke shops of the Big Apple: nicotine gouging.
A slew of opportunistic tobacconists throughout the city have been jacking up prices for the flavored nicotine “pods” used to refill the Juul, a wildly popular vaporizer made by Goldman’s San Francisco-based company, Pax Labs.
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Some don’t view use of the devices as harmful to themselves or others.
The majority of e-cigarette users have “vaped” in a smoke-free environment and most don’t view use of the devices as harmful to themselves or others, according to a U.S. study.
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With the popularity of e-cigarettes rising as smoking cessation aids, which led to a significant decrease in cigarette sales, and therefore a great tax revenue loss for the government, what did city and state officials do to compensate? Label e-cigarettes as unsafe and toxic, and tax them heavily.
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A US study finds that about 85% smokers used an e-cigarette for their last quit attempt. This long-term survey also shows that smoking cessation rate (42.4%) is higher among long-term e-cigarette users and quit attempts occur more frequently (72.6%) with the e-cigarette than with other types of NRTs (approved by the FDA, add the authors).
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