Teens Who Try e-cigarettes More Likely to Start Smoking Study Says

Although not definitive, the study suggests teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to try smoking than those who do not. Get the full story from Reuters.

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E-Cigarettes & Vaping: The Best Information We Have Now

E-cigarettes are new technology that deliver nicotine to users without the smoke. And nobody, particularly government, knows just what to make of them. In this article, VOX collates the best information we have on the topic that includes what we know about health effects.

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Use Of E-Cigarettes Triples Among U.S. Teens

Even as the use of traditional cigarettes and most other tobacco products dipped or stayed the same from 2013 to 2014, the use of e-cigarettes climbed among students in high school and middle school.

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Valley City looking to Restrict E-Cigarette Sales

Valley City Officials are considering a law that would ban the sale of E-Cigarettes to minors, and health officials want the law to go further by completely banning all sales within the city. As health concerns regarding these devices rise, we’ll probably see more of this.

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E-cigarettes Could Release 15 Times More Formaldehyde Than Tobacco

The “Could” in the headline stems from the fact that e-cigarettes have settings, and if you set them to¬†“high voltage”, they’ll give you a big dose of formaldehyde.

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