E-Cigarette Users Continuing to Take Cities by Storm

E-Cigarette Users Continuing to Take Cities by Storm

Cigarettes have not always been labeled as detrimental for one’s health. Doctors used to even recommend them, before more complete studies were conducted. In 1965, cigarette consumption per capita in the U.S. peaked at 4,259 cigarettes. Since then, its use has only dwindled. As of 2006, cigarette consumption per capita had shrunk to 1,691, less […]

E-cigarette Businesses Can Profit From Tobacco Bans

E-cigarette Businesses Can Profit From Tobacco Bans

Georgia announced a ban on all tobacco use on university campuses, effect next fall. Meanwhile, CVS Caremark Corporation recently announced plans to discontinue tobacco sales, with an intended start date of October 1, 2014. Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) businesses and “vaping lounges,” as salons that sell the product, and invite people to try the latest flavor […]

E-Cigarette Use Path to Real Smoking, Study Shows

E-Cigarette Use Path to Real Smoking, Study Shows

A recent study published by the University of California, San Francisco revealed that there is a relationship between e-cigarette use and smoking among the young people. Electronic cigarette use might in fact influence adolescents toward conventional smoking and addiction of nicotine. But the study didn’t answer evidently the significant question on if e-cigarettes worked as […]