E-cigarettes: To ban or not to ban?

Innokin Incites a Revolution in Vaping with the iTaste 134





Expensive for adolescents In a statement issued July 9, the World Health Organization (WHO) raised concerns over the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. E-cigarettes, WHO said, are offered in flavors that can be particularly attractive to adolescents. Sellers counter that the price range of each unit does not make e-cigarettes easily accessible to adolescents. Besides, PECIA prohibits sale to minors. An e-cigarette unit is priced anywhere between P1,500 to P20,000. Tobacco replacement potential PECIA officers Mark Ong and Joey Dulay have had defining moments with tobacco use. They are passionate about selling e-cigarettes because their fathers died due to their smoking habits. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit to learn more http://www.rappler.com/rappler.com/move-ph/34627-e-cigarettes-ban-or-not





Health officials worry about electronic cigarette push in Colorado





Its called vaping. It doesnt sound like a terribly agreeable habit - but before you jump to conclusions, it refers to using an electronic cigarette. Vaping is the new - 'safe' - smoking. E-cigarettes come in various forms: some are designed to look like real cigarettes, others are simply elaborate metal tubes, but both work in the same way. They contain e-liquid capsules - nicotine disolved in propylene glycol or glycerine. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.managementtoday.co.uk/features/1192513/the-eu-wants-stub-e-cigarette-businesses-out/





The EU wants to stub e-cigarette businesses out





Within three days of last summer's mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado-based e-cigarette company, VeppoCig.com, offered free trial kits to anyone who had been at the theater and was suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. "Above all, we are a company that cares for the health of our customers. We understand that they are going through a difficult time and we want to help," the company announced. John Paul Pollock, of The Vapor Store in Golden, described e-cigarettes as "a dignified alternative for people who smoke." However, Walton rejects comparison to other stop-smoking products - such as the FDA-approved nicotine patch and nicotine-infused gum. "There is no research that shows that (e-cigarettes) are an effective cessation or stop smoking aid or device," she said. Still, e-cigarettes are catching on worldwide. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://gazette.com/health-officials-worry-about-electronic-cigarette-push-in-colorado/article/1503744









No buttons...no screens...just a real solid machine. The iTaste 134 delivers a superior vaping experience to vape everywhere and like its namesake, this cutting-edge machine will revolutionize the industry. The iTaste 134 is ready, are you? Lock and Load! For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.sacbee.com/2013/07/23/5587644/innokin-incites-a-revolution-in.html





Regal Cigs Reveals Vaping Celebrities





Numerous celebrities have opened up about vaping and encouraged others to pick up the habit, as they find it relaxing, convenient, and enjoyable. According to an article published by IndependentWoman.ie, Katherine Heigl, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dennis Quaid, and JWOWW of Jersey Shore fame have all been spotted using their favorite electronic cigarette brands. Katherine Heigl is one of the earliest celebrities to talk about her use of electronic cigarettes, as she so famously did on a late night talk show when she started vaping during her interview. Heigl started her acting career in 1992, but it was not until 1999, when she landed a role on the hit television series Roswell, that she came to the attention of a wider audience. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.indyposted.com/196593/regal-cigs-reveals-vaping-celebrities/