Jessica Miller | April 18, 2012
Almost more than 45 million Americans are smokers. Some of them especially those who desire to quit smoking are started to smoke e-cigs. For example, Chris Mikovits was a regular cigarette smoker for almost 25 years, but two years ago he decided to quit smoking cigarettes. Now he started to smoke e-cigarette and he it calls vaporizer. “I have tried to smoke everything that will help me kick the smoking habit and I discovered that with e-cig helps I quit smoking and completely”, Mikovits declared. Electronic cigarette looks and it taste is like a traditional cigarette, the only difference is that it has battery which deliver vaporized nicotine without tar.
Jessica Miller | January 19, 2012
An e-cigarette is a battery operated device that users use to inhale vaporized liquid nicotine in place of regular discount Marshal cigarettes. The idea behind them was to give smokers something they could smoke without the exposure to the toxins that are found in cigarette smoke. It also allows users to “Smoke” without exposing others to secondhand smoke. This small new study was conducted by researchers in Greece and led by Constantine I. Vardavas from the Center for Global Tobacco Control at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Jessica Miller | January 5, 2012
The latest bid to expand Indianapolis’ smoking ban to bars is moving more slowly than sponsors had hoped. And a proposed statewide ban could stall out amid a Statehouse standoff over the right-to-work bill. But with many bar owners viewing a ban as inevitable, at least two popular Downtown taverns opted this week to go smoke-free.
Jessica Miller | December 15, 2011
Modified-risk tobacco products like e-cigarettes and tobacco lozenges, products that may reduce health risks of using tobacco, need to go through a rigorous scientific evaluation before being approved to be marketed as low-risk by the Food and Drug Administration, according to a report issued on Wednesday by the Institute of Medicine.
Jessica Miller | December 5, 2011
Valerie Schwaber smoked cigarettes while wearing the nicotine patch. It didn’t curb her cravings. The gum caused her heart to race. Acupuncture had no effect either. Then Schwaber, a 29-year-old emergency medical technician from Lexington who smoked as much as three packs a day, tried electronic cigarettes.