Michael Siegel of Boston University's School of Public Health chides the chief of his former workplace, the Centers for Disease Control, Thomas Frieden, for making unjustified claims that e-cigarettes have been demonstrated to lead to smoking on the part of children and adults...
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A study recently published in the scientific and medical journal PLOS One, based in North Carolina, indicates that 67% of the doctors interviewed consider e-cigarettes to be an effective smoking cessation method, and 35% recommend them to their patients.
ational Public Radio reported recently on the letter sent to the FDA by 29 US state Attorneys General, advocating tight restrictions on electronic cigarettes...
The Hill reports that 72,000 comments were submitted to the FDA in its feedback period for the deeming regulations on electronic cigarettes. Of course the bulk of this large number consisted of suggestions made by thousands of vapers around the US, organized by CASAA, the AVA, and local vaping organizations.
Remember bubble-blowing contests? A line of kids masticating gargantuan gobs of bubble gum to answer the eternal question, "Who's got the biggest?"
2014 is an anniversary year for the electronic cigarette. It is just a decade now since Hon Lik's invention came on the market in China, and look how far we've come! This jubilee year is turning out to be an eventful one...