In the shadow of ‘Big Pharma’: Why e-cigarette users defy legislation

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These pre-established ‘Nicotine Replacement Treatments’ (NRTs) – nasal sprays, mouth sprays, and patches – are available on general sale, meaning that they are available over the counter, without supervision from a pharmacist, in supermarkets and other retail outlets. Despite their nasal sprays currently being available at 10mg/ml levels, these NRTs are not considered effective in a majority of cases. The Harvard School of Public Health found in a 2012 report that their test results were the complete opposite of what Nicorette claimed to demonstrate: “The results showed that, for each time period, almost one-third of recent quitters reported to have relapsed. The researchers found no difference in relapse rate among those who used NRT for more than six weeks, with or without professional counseling.
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E-Cigarette On Twitter: Could A Tweeting Electronic Cigarette Help You Quit Smoking?

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Follow Us E-cigarettes are battery powered devices that provide smokers with an inhalable, nicotine-laced vapor by using a small coil to heat flavored liquid nicotine and water. As there is no tobacco, smokers, who exhale an odorless, smokeless vapor, can generally smoke the devices inside. However, as the rules for e-cigarettes have yet to be hammered out, it’s best to err on the side of caution for now. Some people have been using e-cigarettes as smoking cessation devices, replacing tobacco cigarettes with the electronic alternative. E-cigarettes are said to provide a nicotine hit minus the tobacco and other harmful chemicals of traditional cigarettes.
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Like smoke from tobacco, the aerosol mist that is emitted during vaping can also be a disturbance especially to non-vapers. However, most vapers refuse to vape in designated areas for smoking. Claims that the harms of vaping are lesser than that of regular tobacco have prompted vapers to stay away from smoking areas. The FDA is now faced with the regulatory challenge of providing vaping areas separate from areas for smoking.
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