Booming E-cigarette industry raises questions on safety, regulation

We’re taking on big tobacco,” Weiss told Glor. “They’re a good public enemy to have.” Still, some in the medical community — including Dr. Neil Schachter, a leading lung specialist at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital — remain unconvinced that e-cigarette manufacturers are the so-called good guys. “Patients have come in and say, ‘Gee I’ve tried this new form of cigarette. Great.
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Evaps Launches the New Vapor Intelligent e Cigarette

As compared to traditional cigarettes, electric cigarettes cost one third the amount, which in turn is a boon for serious smokers. When electric cigarettes are compared with tobacco cigarettes, it becomes all the more clear that the former is a device that is run with the aid of a battery as well as a flavored cartridge, whereas a tobacco cigarette functions with the aid of tobacco and a match. Also, a regular cigarette contains tobacco, ash, tar, as well as second hand smoke, whereas an e cig does not contain any of these substances. Hence, this smoke-free device is often considered a more suitable smoking alternative for the current year. As per tech-cigarette spokesperson, There is a lot of difference between the cost of a pack of regular cigarettes and a refill cartridge used in an e cigarette. A pack of cigarettes in the United States costs $6.00, whereas a single refill cartridge costs $3.00 on an average.
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UH study raises questions about e-cigarette safety & effectiveness

As the charging decreases the essence of flavors in the vapor subsides to some extent. The liquid in the e-cigarette can be changed immediately as per choice. The Joyetech e-cigarette is used to impress few people which may include elite clients in the business, circle, socialites, friends and others.
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E Cigarette Cost Comparison Discussed by

Electronic smoking devices first appeared around 2006, but very little is known about their potential health effects. “There are persons who really want to quit smoking and they look at that as an alternative. Unfortunately, the Food and Drug Administration has no regulation over them and has not proven that they are effective at all or are even safe to be used,” said Lila Johnson, who works for the Department of Health with the Tobacco Prevention and Education Program. The FDA has banned companies from advertising the devices as a way to stop smoking until it completes ongoing studies about their safety and effectiveness.
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