E-cigarettes may rekindle smoking fight

Exchanges now sell e-cigarettes, but military officials havent sorted out all the rules





Still, Jamnick said he felt uncomfortable vaping (the e-cigarette term for lighting up). Photo by ANNA REED SH13G197ECIGARETTES July 23, 2013 -- Linda Holmquist, far right, tries out her newly repaired e-cigarette as her friends, Danny Eastman and Baubbi Jo Odle, watch at the ECig Crib in Coon Rapids, Minn. (SHNS photo by Anna Reed / Minneapolis Star Tribune) (Newscom TagID: shnsphotos147237.jpg) [Photo via Newscom] Photo by ANNA REED SHNS photo by Anna Reed / Minneapolis Star Tribune Leah Overbaugh, a sales representative at the ECig Crib in Coon Rapids, Minn., works the counter of the juice center, where customers can pick out flavors. Its been, what, six years now since they passed the smoking ban in Minnesota? he said. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.courierpress.com/news/2013/jul/26/e-cigarettes-may-rekindle-smoking-fight/









A German study published in late June found that some liquids used in e-cig cartridges contain volatile organic compounds, acetone, formaldehyde and other chemicals. The German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg also found that they produce secondhand vapors that may affect nonusers. Still, users say they feel better after having switched from traditional cigarettes to electronic ones. Bunte, for example, says his teeth are cleaner, he sleeps more soundly and no longer wheezes or coughs during exercise. They arent branded as a [smoking cessation http://bloggd.org/blog/v/8t5/All+You+Need+To+Know+About+Coupons tool], but I feel they are a great tool for it, Bunte says. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://blogs.militarytimes.com/pt365/2013/07/25/exchanges-now-sell-e-cigarettes-but-military-officials-havent-sorted-out-all-the-rules/





Vaping cigarette craze hits west Cumbria





Kung mag-aalternative ka to smoking, e-cig na lang kasi yun yung healthier. Delikado ka sa throat cancer pag nag-smoke ka, unlike sa vaping, the seller told him. (If youre looking for an alternative to smoking, choose an e-cigarette because its healthier. You can have throat cancer when you smoke, unlike in vaping.) E-cigarettes or e-cigs are battery-run devices puffed like regular tobacco cigarettes emitting vapor into the air. It's done through the vaporization of what is commonly known as e-juice. The e-juice may or may not contain nicotine, depending on the preference of the e-cigarette user. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.rappler.com/rappler.com/move-ph/34627-e-cigarettes-ban-or-not





E-cigarettes: To ban or not to ban?





When he goes out he will stand outside vaping with the smokers. Neil admits that vaping is not healthy, as nicotine is still used. But he is adamant that puffing the pen is a lot more healthier than smoking. And Neil said that people can wean themselves of nicotine altogether as different strengths can be purchased until it is eventually zero. Another team that have taken up the vaping craze is business partners Martin Diamond and Darran Monkhouse. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/vaping-cigarette-craze-hits-west-cumbria-1.1054286?referrerPath=news/