Posts tagged 'vapor'
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This is a reblog from Vaping Post: http://bit.ly/2d6ClvL.
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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This is a reblog from author, Kaleigh Rogers. Original article: http://bit.ly/29pLD2d
An estimated 6.1 million Europeans have quit smoking by switching to vaping, according to a paper published online this week in Addiction.
Though only an estimation, the study highlights the need for more data on how useful vaping may be as a stop smoking aid. It's especially crucial as new e-cigarette regulations roll out across the EU and the US—rules that some say threaten the entire e-cig industry.
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This is a reblog from author, Ryan Whitwam. Original article: http://bit.ly/1Sg2o0l
What do you get when you combine video selfies and vaping? You would think combining two things you’re sick of hearing about would result in something rather obnoxious, but the video is surprisingly cool. You get a floating ghostly vapor face with well over a million hits on YouTube in less than two days.
Senate Amendment 3547, which would prohibit airline passengers from bringing “electronic smoking devices” on planes in their carry-on and checked baggage, will possibly be considered as early as next week (week of April, 11th, 2016). The primary sponsor of SA 3547 is Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who is an outspoken opponent to e-cigarettes. He has earned a reputation for promoting misinformation about these low-risk products.
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This is a reblog from author: Sham Shivaie. Original article: http://bit.ly/1RobrtF
The 2016 presidential election has been turbulent to say the least. Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican or identify as an independent this was not the election cycle that we expected. On the left, Senator Bernie Sanders has risen to be the new liberal champion for progressives. Giving Hillary Clinton who was the presumed nominee, a major run for her money, nearly defeating her in Iowa and winning the primary in New Hampshire.