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    E-cigarettes does, however, have a considerable amount of support. E-cigarettes only contain a fraction of the toxins and pollutants that traditional tobacco cigarettes carry. They are made of a liquid called e-liquid or smoke liquid. It consists mostly of water vaper, nicotine, flavoring chemicals, although it has varying amounts of other chemicals. E-cigs don’t carry tar or give you any of the negative effects that tobacco smoking does. Tobacco products can cause smokers to gain the smell of…

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    Electronic cigarettes popularity is increasingly growing over years. The e-cigarette is powered by a battery and it has a close resemblance to a real cigarette, fountain pen or a tiny flashlight. E-cigarette uses an atomized liquid nicotine instead of organic grown tobacco which comes in different flavors and smell like candy. When inhaled, the liquid nicotine vaporizes to produce smoke. Chambers of E-cigarettes #1. The vaporizing chamber or the cartridge – it is used to hold the e-liquid of…

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    It usually contains not as much amount of tobacco and nicotine as the regular cigarettes do, but with the electronic cigarettes, one is able to refill them up with different types of flavored liquid. The Federal Trade Commission wants to collect data and determine the accuracy of the electronic cigarettes, and again how exactly are they being sold directly to their consumers. Many companies/businesses spend an abundance amount of money in order to create a persuasive, successful advertisement.…

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    It’s time to regulate E-Cigarettes David A. Kessler and Matthew L. Myers wrote an article on why E-cigarettes need to be regulated. Kessler and Myers purpose is to raise awareness about E-Cigarettes so that the readers will realize that E-Cigarettes may not be the best alternative to smoking and that the companies making them are trying to take advantage of kids. Kessler and Myers explain that E-Cigarettes don’t have a warning label on them and that very few people know what’s in it. The authors…

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    Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, have become very popular over the past decade among adults and adolescents. There has been a lot of buzz around e-cigarettes and there is little evidence known of whether or not they are harmful long term. Critics of e-cigarettes claim that they are targeted towards adolescents, there are short term effects, long term effects, and more research still needs to be done to know the full dangers. On the other hand, advocates of e-cigarettes claim…

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    Smokeless Tobacco, Better or Worse? Many people like to argue the fact that smokeless tobacco, such as chewing tobacco and electronic vapor, are just as bad, or even worse, for you than cigarettes. The argument could not be anymore false; in fact, it is the other way around. Smokeless tobacco is a good alternative for smoking and is better than smoking. There are several facts and studies to support this claim, such as cancer decreasing and the way nicotine is being consumed. "Smokeless…

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    Position The e-cigarette industry, the tobacco industry, their supporters and other researchers have an opposing point of view that e-cigarettes are an effective stop smoking aide and should be promoted as an effective tool in reducing tobacco product related deaths. The biggest piece of data that they repeatedly claim as evidence that supports their claims and point of view is a 2010-2012 survey of smokers in Hawaii that came to the conclusion that smokers who tried e-cigarettes as a NRT, were…

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    vaping is just as, if not more dangerous than the conventional cigarette due to ignorance of the device, general safety of e-cigs, and their appeal to children, research shows that this is not the case. E cigarettes and vape pens have been around since 2003, but they recently had an explosion in popularity as a smoking cessation device, or a recreational way of delivering nicotine and flavorings in a presumably harmless way. An E cigarette is a simple device that typically uses a 3.7V battery, a…

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    harms of electronic cigarettes by their adult users. All participants of the focus groups who were selected to be a part of this study were current e-cigarette users within the past 30 days. The focus groups discussed why the participants used e-cigarettes, their current level of knowledge about e-cigarette products and the ingredients used, and their beliefs about the associated harms of e-cigarettes. They were also asked about the opinions of their family and friends regarding their…

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    E Cigarettes Research

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    the best way is by using e cigarettes. The reason is basically because they are smokeless and do not contain nasty tar that can be very hazardous to the health. The fact is, most people just cannot simply quite smoking altogether. For this reason, e cigarettes come in handy. E cigarettes, or electronic cigarettes can be a good alternative to anyone that smokes the real thing. Whether you want to quit smoking or you just cannot smoke around many people anymore, e cigarettes are quickly becoming…

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