European Free Vaping Initiative

Did you hear about European Free Vaping Initiative?

Their weapon of choice is the European Citizens’ Initiative, a mechanism provided by the EU that allows its concerned citizens to express their common opinion on how the European Parliament should approach certain subjects, in this case: vaping. Changes that European Parliament want to make may harm you, me and every person that is vaping. Their goal is to express the will of the many, who are already vaping, plan to vape, have a loved one who is vaping or someone who simply respects the values of private sphere and personal rights.

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15 myths about electronic cigarettes exposed

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You’ve likely heard rumours and conjecture about electronic cigarettes, particularly if you’re now a smoker.

The greatest variable in having the ability to trust your merchandises is by selecting your business sensibly, and paying attention to just how much advice they give you. This is a review of a few of the very most frequent myths regarding electronic cigarettes which have spread about, in addition to factual info clarifying these misleading claims. Continue reading

E-cigarettes vs. cigarettes. What about environment?

For years environmentalists have now been forcing smoke manufacturers to scale back on artificial substances within their products, to decrease their damage to both smokers and nonsmokers. These days visit work, store, or go out to eat in several places without being inundated with poisonous haze from smokers.

All of us see this rubbish on our pavements, parking lots, and roads, regularly only feet from a trash bin. Sadly, many smokers still shed their spent smokes out their automobiles.

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Is vaping safer than normal smoking?

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Few weeks ago we had the 50th anniversary of the publication of the report of the United States surgeon general which formally, and for the very first time, emphasized the serious health consequences of smoking.

Remarking in the importance of Dr Luther Terry’s 1964 report, the chairman of Ash Ireland, Dr Ross Morgan, said:

“This ground breaking report not only provided new and irrefutable medical evidence of the harm caused by smoking, but also commenced an informed public debate on smoking . . .

“In 1958, only 44 per cent of Americans believed that smoking caused cancer, while in 1968, four years after the report was published, 78 per cent believed that smoking was a cause of cancer.”

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Under 18s UK e-cigs ban

Under 18s in England should be prohibited from purchasing e-cigarettes, the government has declared.

Specialists say it’s really not yet understood what damage the tobacco-free apparatuses could inflict and that their contents may be damaging young people’s wellbeing.

An estimated 1.3m men and women in the UK use ecigarettes which were built to aid smokers stop.

Ministers also intend to ensure it is illegal for adults to get smokes for anybody under 18.

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E-cigs – The essential message

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Electronic cigarettes, which are fast growing in popularity, generate a vapour including nicotine.

There was a call, yet, for long term data on security.

The ecigarettes additionally mimic the sensory senses, along with giving a nicotine hit of It has generated conjecture that they might be a helpful tool for individuals looking to stop.

The results printed in the Lancet revealed 7.3% using ecigarettes had stop after six months in contrast to 5.8% using patches. Nevertheless, the study didn’t involve enough individuals to definitively show which is the greater choice.

Prof Peter Hajek Queen Mary University of London
After half a year, yet, the 57% of ecigarette users had halved the amount of cigarettes smoked each day in contrast to 41% in those using patches.

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