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Battery Safety - Are You Following These Rules? 0

All batteries can explode. This can also happen with e-cigarette smoking. A pity is that any incident we might have heard of. If you decide to take the right safety precautions, there is a risk that the battery of your E cigarette will explode at 1 to 10 million. In order to steer safely, you should stick to the following simple rules.

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Joyetech OCULAR C - E Cigarette Review & Guides 0
Joyetech OCULAR C - E Cigarette Review & Guides

Does Joyetech with the Joyetech Ocular simply deliver an E cigarette or a touch screen mobile phone? You can not say that exactly with this E cigarette. Actually only the telephony and online function is missing. First and foremost, the Joyetech Ocular 80W TC E cigarette is intended for normal vaping.

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ELeaf iStick - Review & Guides 0
ELeaf iStick - Review & Guides

The eLeaf iStick is an e-cigarette for determined beginners and experienced Vapers. The eLeaf iStick comes in the so-called box-mod - its form is thus little resemblance to an ordinary cigarette. A random jester said, "She looks like a refrigerator!"

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E-Cigarettes: Miracle or Menace? 0

Michael Mosley investigates the dramatic rise in e-cigarettes. They're everywhere these days, but what does the latest scientific research on them reveal? Michael reveals what e-cigarettes are really doing to your health. Are they really better for you than cigarettes? What is actually in them? Is passive vapour harmful?

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HIQA finds e-cigarettes may prove ?cost-effective? 0
HIQA finds e-cigarettes may prove ?cost-effective?

Half of smokers attempting to quit smoking in Ireland do so unaided

Dara Gantly examines the latest HTA from HIQA on smoking cessation, which while accepting e-cigarettes hold promise, advises using more traditional pharmacotherapy to aid quitting

Increased uptake of e-cigarettes as an aid to quitting smoking would increase the number of people who successfully quit and would be cost-effective, HIQA has advised.

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E Liquid PG vs VG 4
PG (Propylene Glycol) vs. VG (Vegetable Glycerin) - When it comes to e-juice, two terms constantly crop up: PG and VG. This can seem confusing to the newcomer, but knowledge of these two ingredients can vastly improve your vaping experience. Here?s our easy-to-follow guide on everything you need to know about PG and VG.

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European E-Liquid Market 0
European E-Liquid Market

Europe stands at the forefront of the legal scenario of the global e-cigarette market with a series of laws and regulations for e-cigarette and e-liquid manufacturing, sales, distribution, advertising, and marketing. The e-cigarette industry has been growing exponentially in Europe which is home to some of the largest markets in terms of revenue generation such as the U.K., Germany and France among others. However, a significant share of the European population is still unaware of the pros and cons of e-cigarettes and its components. Consortiums and associations are present to provide awareness among the consumers and the suppliers in order to get familiar with the ongoing changes within the rapidly growing industry. The prominent consortiums discussed in this segment are The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), Tobacco Vapor E-cigarette Association (TVECA) and British Medical Association among others.

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Vaping is ?safer than conventional cigarettes? 0

Anti-tobacco advocacy group ASH Ireland has welcomed the results of a new study by Cancer Research UK, which found that e-cigarettes were safer than conventional cigarettes.

The research, which was published in the Annals of Internal Medicine (Ann Intern Med. doi: 10.7326/M16-1107) found that smokers who swapped regular cigarettes for e-cigarettes or nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) for at least six months had much lower levels of toxic carcinogens in their bodies than smokers who continued to use conventional cigarettes.

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E Cigarette For pregnant women ? 0

Smoking & nicotine during pregnancy

The basic principle is to avoid all external influences, which can lead to developing disorders of the brain or premature birth. Human embryos and fetuses are sensitive to so-called "teratogenic" influences during pregnancy, especially in the period from the 18th to the 85th day after fertilization. These include, in particular, infections, x-rays, alcohol, fruit-damaging medicines and in particular the poison cocktail of a tobacco cigarette.

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