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Best Vape Pens 2018

Posted On April 24, 2018By Vapor NewsIn Headline News

Best Vape Pens 2018

A vape pen is a vape pen. Or is it? Not all vape pens are created equal and can deliver performance and reliability you desire. To help you on your journey to discover we created the Best Vape Pens 2018 List. Learn about our most recommended, mobile, high performance and reliable vape pens on the market today. SMOK Stick Prince Starter Kit Design The SMOK Stick Prince Starter Kit is a tube mod that really comes up swinging. Sporting a 3000mAh battery that can hit up to 100W at fullRead More
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DECATUR – E-cigarette users won’t be able to partake inside Decatur Park District facilities, the park board decided Wednesday. By Allison Petty – April 22nd, 2016 The ban on e-cigarettes, also called e-cigs or vapes, applies to areas that already did not allow cigarette smoking, such as the golf clubhouses, Fairview Pool, Overlook Adventure Miniature Golf and Decatur Indoor Sports Center. Those facilities have designated outdoor smoking areas, and the e-cigs could be used there, Executive Director Bill Clevenger said. “We’ve really just continued what has been in existence forRead More
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YAKIMA, Wash.–A new bill recently signed by Governor Jay Inslee puts stricter regulations on the sales of e-cigarettes and vape products. By Ryan Yadao – April 20th, 2016 “We’re actually pretty excited about the legislation,” said Vape Spot Owner Carrie Bertrand. Bertrand has no problem with the passing of the state’s new e-cigarettes rules. Those new rules are part of Governor Inslee’s Healthiest Next Generation Initiative, which put a tighter hold on preventing minors from getting their hands on such products. For the Vape Spot, this backs the work theyRead More
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The House Appropriations Committee passed an amendment Tuesday that could save 99 percent of e-cigarette products from prohibition. By Guy Bentley – April 19th, 2016 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is set to announce its so-called “deeming” regs, which would require all e-cigarette products that came on the market after February 15, 2007 (predicate date), to go through the onerous Pre-Market Tobacco Application (PMTA) process — which could cost millions of dollars per product. Since almost all vapor products on the market were released after February 2007, hardly any wouldRead More
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Posted On April 19, 2016By Vapor NewsIn Headline News, Legislation

Can We Wait For E-Cigarette Trials?

Around 30% of current cancer deaths in the US are caused by tobacco. By Thomas Hartung – April 18th, 2016 According to the World Health Organization, tobacco is ‘the only legally available product that kills up to one-half of its regular users when consumed as recommended’. Although nicotine is addictive, it’s tar that kills. A meta-analysis of 35 clinical trials found no evidence of cardiovascular or other life-threatening adverse effects caused by nicotine intake, and nicotine did not increase cardiovascular risk, even in patients with established cardiovascular disease.1 This isRead More
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Sedgwick County is set to approve a policy on e-cigarette use for its employees. By Daniel Salazer Salazar – April 17th, 2016 “As e-cigarettes are not tobacco products and fall outside the scope of smoke-free legislation, their use will be allowed in certain designated areas inside the workplace provided they are odorless,” according to the draft policy. Individual departments will determine those areas. Parts of county government that want to prohibit or restrict e-cigarette use have to show the “business need” to do so. Employees who want exemptions to vaping bansRead More
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Posted On April 18, 2016By Vapor NewsIn Headline News, Health

Popcorn Lung Concerns For E-Cigarette Users

You may recall several years ago, By Collin Lingo – April 18th, 2016 when a group of workers in a southwest Missouri popcorn factory were diagnosed with a rare respiratory condition that eventually became known as “popcorn lung.” The condition was later said to be the result of the workers inhaling an artificial butter flavoring called diacetyl. Fast forward to today, and diacetyl is back in the spotlight.  But this time its being found, in e-cigarettes. Originally thought to be a healthy alternative to smoking tobacco products, e-cigarettes, also calledRead More
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Posted On April 15, 2016By Vapor NewsIn Headline News, The Buzz

About 16% Of High School Students Vape

Around 3 million teens and pre-teens vape. By Jonathan Chew – April 15th, 2016 E-cigarette use among teenagers and pre-teens rose over the last year, and have become the tobacco product of choice among students. Around 5.3% of middle-school students reported using e-cigarettes in 2015, which is up from 3.9% in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. E-cigarette usage among high school students has hit 16%, and that’s significantly up from the 1.5% who vaped in 2011. Such is the popularity of e-cigarettes, that it hasRead More
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Professor Sally Haw’s concerns about the potential of vape product marketing leading to children being initiated into vaping- By Richard Hyslop – April 14th, 2016 seem a little misplaced and could risk making it harder for Scotland’s smokers to switch to vaping if such marketing were banned. There is never a situation where it is better to smoke than it is to vape. We know that 99.9 per cent of vapers are current or former smokers. The competitor for vaping is smoking, therefore, wherever cigarettes are sold so too shouldRead More
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Officials in Portland are trying to make it harder for young adults to get their hands on tobacco products. By Grady Trimble – April 12th 2016 The city’s Health and Human Services Committee proposes raising the tobacco sale age from 18 to 21. The proposal would include products regulated like tobacco, such as e-cigarettes. More than a hundred cities and towns across the country have already done this. If this proposal is approved, Portland would be the first city or town in the state to do so. A 2015 studyRead More