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Added: 10/02/2014
CVS announced Wednesday that the pharmacy will stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products in its 7,600 stores by October, a decision that could cost the drug retailer as much as $2 billion in annual sales. The move was cheered by public health advocates and federal officials, including President Barack Obama, a former smoker, who called CVS’s decision a “powerful example.” But CVS left out another matter entirely: electronic cigarettes....
Added: 27/01/2014
Electronic cigarettes are now treading a familiar path to many fashionable items – being brought into the spotlight by celebrities, criticised by the Government and authorities and then seeing their popularity rise subsequently. The small electronic devices and celebrities who used them at the recent awards ceremony, used by so many as alternatives to traditional cigarettes, are now being chastised by US senators who claim that a poor example is...
Added: 16/12/2013
Mayor Bloomberg’s going out with one last ban. The City Council, with the administration’s strong backing, is rushing through a law to treat the vapor from e-cigarettes like tobacco smoke under the city’s “Smoke-Free Air Act.” The use of e-cigs, ­a k a “vaping,” would be forbidden in indoor and outdoor locations wherever smoking is banned. The key idea is that e-cigs somehow facilitate tobacco smoking – but the best evidence suggests the reverse...
Added: 12/12/2013
Privé Electronic Cigarette is proud to announce the launch of its latest electronic cigarette line featuring the best e-cigarette on the market. The Privé Spark comes in a single plastic pack containing 2 premium e-cig (the same size as a large king real tobacco cigarette). The new Privé Spark comes with a brand new soft filter tip just like a real cigarette. Focusing on simplicity, reliability, and exquisite flavors, the Privé Spark will be...
Added: 12/12/2013
Electronic cigarettes seem to have become one of the most discussed topics these days. There are a number of concerns with regard to the same and they need urgentsolution. This is the reason that it is expected that electronic cigarettes will form one of the top issues at state capitols. Those who have been expecting the same comprises of policymakers, industry representatives, health advocates and tax experts. A number of things will get...
Added: 06/12/2013
Hold onto to your e-cigarettes while you can, people, because using them might soon be banned in the same places that prohibit lighting up regular smokes. The L.A. City Council today will consider a new motion to be introduced by Councilman Mitch O'Farrell that would treat electronic devices the same way that cigarette smoking is regulated in town. And means no puffing, electronic or otherwise, in or on: -elevators-supermarkets-offices-...
Added: 02/12/2013
As the popularity of e-cigarettes rises, so does the need for public places for those  those who inhale vapor instead of smoke. The world’s first e-cigarette lounge opened last week at London’s Heathrow Airport. Previously, e-smokers were subject to the same restrictions as traditional smokers: They had to stand outside the terminal to get their nicotine fix. E-cigarettes produce water vapor rather than smoke. The 323-square foot lounge was...
Added: 27/11/2013
The British Medical Association wants them banned - but more than a million people are now using electronic cigarettes. And a poll of nearly 1,000 people for BBC Breakfast suggests most support their use in public places and don't want to see a ban. At Westfield shopping centre in London, Katherine Devlin, who represents the electronic cigarette industry, is vaping - not smoking. What looks like smoke coming out of her mouth is actually largely...

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