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Remember when Prime Minister Stephen Harper was accused of muzzling scientists? By Derek James | February 26th, 2017 The CBC reported his government brought in “strict procedures around how its scientists are allowed to speak about their research to the media.” These scientists claimed to “live in a culture of fear,” and the popular narrative was that the government was suppressing important scientific information and silencing critics. Regardless of the accuracy of those stories, there is legitimate concern when a government appears to be impeding the public’s ability to accessRead More
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The vape industry currently stands on the edge of complete demise thanks to regulatory overreach. By Brittany Hunter | February 24th, 2017 However, two Congressmen, Reps. Tom Cole (R-OK) and Sanford Bishop (D-GA), recently introduced legislation, which, if passed, may grant the e-cigarette industry a much-needed reprieve. The FDA is, without a doubt, one of the worst offenders of cronyism. Over the past year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has targeted the e-cigarette industry, using false claims and fear-mongering to pass regulations that will likely put the majority ofRead More
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Vaporizers and e-cigs may seem like dorky alternatives to old-fashioned cigarettes- By Miles Klee | February 22nd, 2017 but here’s something undeniably cool about them: They expose users to far fewer carcinogens. This month, Cancer Research U.K. published one of the only long-term studies to date comparing vaping to smoking cigarettes, and their conclusions certainly seem like good news for anyone who has made or is thinking of making the switch from smoke to vapor. According to the analysis of saliva and urine from 181 participants with varying nicotine habits over a time period of at least six months, e-cigs can drastically cut the amount of toxinsRead More
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Posted On February 22, 2017By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Program Encouraging Kids To ‘Escape The Vape”

A local program is working to spread a message to prevent children from entering the vaping world at such a young age. By Pheben Kassahun | February 21st, 2017 The message is “Escape The Vape” and that is exactly what the program is called. Tiffany Jenson is the founder of Escape The Vape. “We discovered that vaping had started in the early 2000s and was largely off of people’s radar and as they found out about it, it looked like a safe alternative to smoking. “As people started to get toRead More
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A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House could serve as the legislative path- By Richard Craver Winston-Salem Journal | February 20th, 2017 for peeling back tightened regulations on electronic cigarettes and other innovative tobacco products. The U.S. House bill is named the “FDA Deeming Authority Clarification Act of 2017.” A co-sponsor, Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., has pursued for several years a new grandfather date for marketplace introduction of those products. The other co-sponsor is Rep. Sanford Bishop, D-Ga. The need for Food and Drug Administration authorization of ingredients andRead More
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ONE AREA of rampant regulatory abuse the Trump Administration should attack is the war against e-cigarettes. By Steve Forbes | February 28th, 2017 “Vaping” has been a godsend for people who are trying to quit smoking. It gives users the kick from nicotine without inhaling all the tars and other substances that make smoking cigarettes so lethal. Yet a perverse mind-set reigns among health regulators and fanatical anti-smoking crusaders: Against all honest scientific evidence, they equate vaping with lighting up actual cigarettes. They claim, with no credible justification, that e-cigarettes areRead More
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A vape shop that serves as an employer of disabled individuals is being forced to cut hours and delay new staff hires due to a 40 percent tax on e-cigarettes in Pennsylvania. By Steve Birr | February 10th, 2017 Close to one-hundred e-cigarette shops have closed since the tax took effect Oct. 1. The tax applies retroactively to all vape businesses in the state, which is proving fatal for many. Tony Myers, owner of About It All Vapors, focuses part of his business on training and hiring adults with special needs. Myers’ shopsRead More
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Teens who “vape” in high school are at increased risk for using tobacco cigarettes in the future, a new study found. By Rachael Rettner | February 7th, 2017 The study discovered that teens who use electronic cigarettes, a practice also referred to as vaping, in the 12th grade were four times more likely to start smoking tobacco cigarettes within the next year, compared with teens who didn’t vape in the 12th grade. The findings “contribute to the growing body of evidence supporting vaping as a ‘one-way bridge’ to cigarette smokingRead More
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There’s a new study doing the rounds at the moment. Well, I say “study” but it isn’t really. By Paul Barnes | February 6th, 2017 It’s yet another survey, with participants selected from eight southeastern Connecticut high schools from spring 2015. “This study is the first systematic evaluation of the use of dripping among teens,” says the lead author Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, professor of psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine. That does beg the first question, why is a professor of psychiatry even looking at e-cigs? I suspect I alreadyRead More
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Smokers switching to artificial alternatives have far fewer toxins and cancer-causing substances in their bodies after six months, study finds By John Von Radowitz | February 7th, 2017 Vaping has been given an emphatic thumbs up by health experts after the first long-term study of its effects in ex-smokers. After six months, people who switched from real to e-cigarettes had far fewer toxins and cancer-causing substances in their bodies than continual smokers, scientists found. Nicotine patches also appeared to be far safer than tobacco products, according to the analysis of saliva andRead More