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    Electronic Cigarettes: the Next Threat to Human and Environment According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, while the proportion of the cigarette smoking by teenagers is reduced to the lowest level in the survey’s history, the rate of the youth using electronic cigarettes has increased in significant numbers. Additionally, in 2015, the Discover Magazine emphasized the sales of e-cigarette increased 7 times within 4 years, “Sales of the product [electronic cigarettes] had already jumped from a mere 50,000 sold in 2008 to 3.5 million in 2012.” (Hurley) E-cigarettes were the innovation of the conventional cigarettes, which just appeared in the last few decades, but they were welcomed by most of the youth without concerning of any effects.…

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    contemporary product known as the electronic cigarette in the U.K. alone ("Electronic Cigarettes (also known as vapourisers)" 1). This implement allows “users to mimic the ritual of smoking a cigarette while inhaling nicotine” ("E-cigarettes Fact Sheet" 1). Instead of smoking tobacco, consumers inhale a mixture of “nicotine, flavor additives, and other chemicals” ("Electronic Cigarettes (also known as vapourisers)" 1). As a user draws in air, a heater is triggered to produce a vapor, which is…

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    Electronic cigarettes are increasing in popularity, in particular with people who already smoke traditional cigarettes, some of whom are trying to use electronic cigarettes as a gateway to quitting smoking. Electronic cigarettes produce a water-based vapor instead of the combustible smoke produced by the tobacco in regular cigarettes. They contain a battery that heats a liquid containing nicotine, a variety of other chemicals, and sometimes propellants or flavorings, and changes this liquid into…

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    It is a fact that e-cig sales are going through the roof. More and more people are tuning out traditional tobacco cigarettes and turning on to e-cigarettes. The product is also known by the name electronic cigarettes and vaporizer cigarettes. Here is a description. They are basically a device that looks quite similar to a traditional cigarette. However, the device is operated with a battery and works by vaporizing a non-nicotine solution. Studies show that the e-cigarette is an alternative for…

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    E-cigarette usage has shown to reduce consumption of tobacco cigarettes (Polosa et al. 2013, 4965). According to (Etter 2010, 6), out of eighty-one respondents in a survey who were on trial for their opinions of E-cigarettes and why it is used, majority of them being former smokers, strongly believed E-cigarettes helped them to quit smoking, other than only suffering from minor adverse effects such as coughing. With the availability of flavourings in E-liquids, out of the four thousand six…

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    The general public is under the impression that electric cigarettes or “E-cigs” are more dangerous than traditional cigarettes, due to the little information known of the device, the safety concerns, and the fact that they are generally used by underage teens. Most believe that vaporizers were created and became popularized around 2003 but “Irfan Shiekh of the Mogul’s” invented the first true vaporizer. Around 1400 A.D. was when the Moguls of India introduced the hookah to the world. But, the…

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    introduces an electronic cigarette to a teenage boy. At first, he uses it to fit in because it makes him feels cool. Then the adolescent continues to use them regularly because he slowly becomes addicted to the nicotine. When he finally turns 18, he switches from electronic cigarettes to traditional cigarettes. Would this have happened if he never tried the electronic cigarette in the first place? Unfortunately, this similar fate became a reality for many people because 76.8% of people who use…

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    The Electrifying Sides of the Debate on Electronic Cigarettes With the strict regulations on smoking and tobacco comes the rise of the electronic cigarette. E-Cigarettes’ popularity has skyrocketed in its lifespan, with an increasing number of people using them. With them being put under the spotlight, there are many who question their effect. Many claim that electronic cigarettes’ purpose is to help smokers quit. They are supposed to be better for a person’s health than regular cigarettes.…

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    Term Paper Prelim Cigarettes are smoked by over a billion of people around the world, about one and every three adults smoke cigarettes. In 2015 there is currently a great deal of information and research on them. It is understood how harmful they are for you including that there are dozens of illnesses and diseases linked to smoking. It is also understood that they contain thousands of chemicals, which are harmful to ones health. One of the main reasons that people continue to smoke even with…

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    other serious medical conditions. (CDC) Since the reports initial introduction 51 years ago, drastic reformation and regulation has instigated a dramatic shift in the way tobacco products are marketed, advertised, and consumed today. Since the initial reports were released, public awareness regarding the hazards of tobacco use has drastically increased, which in turn has led to overall public consumption falling from 42.4% of the total population in 1965, to only 19.0% in 2011. (CDC) As more…

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