Electronic cigarettes continue to rise in popularity
“I had quit smoking, but I don’t think I ever got over my nicotine craving,” he said. “I just really enjoy it.” The Food and Drug Administration has attempted to block the sale of e-cigarettes and is calling for more research into the technology’s benefits and risks, according to a recent New York Times article. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law last September prohibiting the sale of e-cigarettes to those under 18 for fear the technology could be a gateway to nicotine addiction and smoking regular cigarettes. But for Roseman, just staying away from lung-damaging smoke is already a step in the right direction.
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There are over 45,000 convenience stores that currently carry these products. The electronic cigarettes are also available online and there are quite a few electronic cigarette reviews available widely throughout the internet. Retailers believe that the push for more electronic cigarettes will continue to increase. “Retailers have become incrementally more positive on [e-cigarettes] and continue to praise blu, noting that its http://www.kiwibox.com/demarcusipjf/blog/entry/108188757/health-risks-of-electric-cigarettes-research-into-the-hea/?pPage=0 advertising and marketing efforts are driving growth to the entire category,” said Bonnie Herzog, managing director of tobacco, beverage and consumer research at Wells Fargo Securities. It’s essential to note that the survey from Reynolds American Inc’s Vuse and Altria Group Inc.’s MarkTen included information from participants that stated they are dual users. Apparently there are those that individuals that switch between traditional cigarettes and e-cigarettes.
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