Wirral MEP vows to fight for e-cigarette users

COLUMN – On Twitter, dubious health claims from e-cigarette bots

And Mr Davies joined other Lib Dem MEPs as well as Conservative and UKIP members to vote against the change while Labour voted in favour. He said: In an ideal world no-one would be addicted to nicotine but we dont live in an ideal world and it is better to vape than to smoke. “E-cigs are a potential game changer in the fight against tobacco because smokers find them enjoyable to use. They can help people break their addiction in a way that conventional nicotine replacement therapies will never do. They could save millions of lives.
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The growing trend of battery operated devices attracts investors especially the manufacturers of tobacco cigarettes. Government imposes tough regulations on different areas of electronic devices like high tax rate, ban on sales; etc. As tobacco cigarette restrictions are too tough to follow, most of the tobacco cigarette companies want to invest in the industry of e cigarette. The emergence of large number of investors is a good symbol for e cigarette industry says reviews. Experts say that in the global slowdown economy, this industry is the best investment trend.
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Evaps Launches the New Vapor Intelligent e Cigarette

Manufacturers can, according to the study, “make unrestricted advertising appeals, provided they do not market their products as smoking cessation devices.” In an analysis of over 73,000 tweets from a two-month period in 2012, the authors concluded that nearly 11 percent of “commercial” tweets touted cessation as one of the benefits of e-cigarettes, with a potential reach of 7.4 million Twitter users. These tweets were not part of Twitter’s advertising program, but they were not organic either. The authors concluded that the Twitter accounts were commercial in nature; that is, they touted websites and resellers of e-cigarette products, along with the cessation claims that e-cigarette sellers are supposed to be barred from making. (I first learned of the research when I moderated a panel that included study co-author Dr. Sherry Emery, at a conference put on by social data company Gnip.) The FDA must sign off on claims of smoking cessation because, quite simply, they have to establish the efficacy and health trade-offs of the cessation devices themselves. Mini cigars, or even full-size ones, for example, could be pushed as cigarette smoking cessation devices, but there’s obviously a less than positive health benefit to trading one for the other.
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E Cigarette Industry Emerges as Best Investment Trend Review DigitalSmoke.org

Further the spokesperson from the e-cigarette boutique added, “The vapors are natural and laboratory tested. The results are verified with no harmful effects. The vapors coming out from the electronic cig smell good due to which only few chosen flavors are offered. You can use this cigarette anytime, anywhere without making your loved ones worry about the health”. The Joyetech e-cigarette does not cause any pollution also.
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