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    came up with the idea of for the electronic cigarette in 1963. Herbert was ahead of his time as the electronic cigarette didn't come into it's true flavor until 2003 when a Chinese pharmacist, Han Lik, created the modern vape system as an alternative to cigarettes. Mr. Lik wanted a new way to smoke while reducing the harm of tobacco. Consequently, e-cigarettes have become the 'must have' for every smoker. It simulates the look and feel of actually enjoying a cigarette, cigar or pipe without the…

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    associated with the use of electronic cigarettes in the United States. Electronic cigarettes can also be called as e-cigarettes or electronic nicotine delivery system. The reasons why electronic cigarettes have become a public health issue is because they might change people’s views of smoking again, attract young people to smoke and even people who quit smoke, and intervene cessation attempts (“E-Cigarettes should be regulated…”, n.d.). The prevalence of Electronic cigarettes is increasing…

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    Background: Recently e-cigarettes have become very popular. This is because e-cigarettes are electronic smoking devices, which are considered to be safer than smoking a regular cigarette. The problem with the e-cigarettes is that it requires e-liquid or e-juice, which is usually made of nicotine, propylene glycol, glycerine, and flavorings. This e-liquid is advertised as a flavorful substance, sort of like candy to a child, while also being made very easy for a child to open and gain access to…

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    Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are battery operated devices that deliver nicotine and other chemicals to users in vapor instead of smoke. E-cigarettes are novel devices that are quickly gaining popularity amongst youth. Many people prefer e-cigarettes over traditional cigarettes due to the belief that they are safer and healthier. Contrary to popular belief, these products have not been regulated by the United States (U.S.) Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and there has been…

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    such as television or newspapers, then you have more than likely seen a story similar to “Electronic Cigarette Disaster: Child Wounded” or “Electronic Cigarettes Are Targeting Our Children.” News channels, such as Fox News, capitalize on the rare instances of device malfunctions, which result in minor explosions, and cherry-pick the scientific studies that agree with their opinion on electronic cigarettes. However, there is still a relatively small amount of information on the effects of…

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    The electronic cigarette is the novel product to become ever more the focus for smoking prevention strategies among adolescents in high school. In one year alone between 2013 and 2014, the percentage and total number of students smoking e-cigarettes tripled from 4.5 to 13.4 percent of students and 660,000 to 2 million teenagers, respectively (Centers for Disease Control, 2015). E-cigarette use for the first time exceeded over the use of every other tobacco product, including conventional…

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    Electronic cigarettes may pose significant health risk as many people are claiming they assist with the cessation of smoking however, there are safely and health concerns. Electronic cigarettes are a rechargeable battery which contains atomizer coil that generates a vapor that looks like a real cigarette. Due to the way the electronic cigarette is designed they have a similar feel, and discharges the same smoke, like real cigarettes would. Many argue that electronic cigarettes do contain…

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    cancerous normal cigarettes contain. Like Kirsten Dunst said in her quote in the beginning, it hurts to see her friends smoke. I’m sure it hurts us too, so spread the word on Platinum Vapes! It won’t hurt you anymore than cigarettes kill…

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    Furthermore, one way to expand regulation involves potentially follow other regulations on electronic cigarettes that already exist. One way to develop regulation consists of following many state laws already put into action. For example, Hawaii was the first state to raise the smoking age to 21. The state decided to do this when students using electronic cigarettes quadrupled over four years to 22% and middle school to 12% in 2015. Hawaii’s military base supports the new law. Although some…

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    Introduction Tobacco cigarettes have traditionally been prevalent in society. However, as the health ramifications of tobacco use has been brought to light, many smokers look to abandon their pernicious habit. With the invention of the electronic cigarette in 2003 by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik, an alternative to smoking emerged. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, produce a water-based vapor instead of the combustible smoke produced by the tobacco in traditional cigarettes. E-cigarettes…

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