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V2 Cigs Electronic Cigarette Unveils the Ultimate Kit for the Serious Smoker

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Electronic cigarettes Tags:

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V2 Cigs electronic cigarette is undoubtedly the best in the business. Recently, the V2 brand of electronic cigarettes has developed the Ultimate Kit, which is meant for the serious smokers. The kit has everything that you need from an e cig starter kit. The V2 Ultimate Kit offers three fully rechargeable batteries, twenty five flavored cartridges, a wall adaptor, a USB charger, a carry case, a car charger, a power cig as well as a comprehensive user manual. So, you can be well set for a smoking extravaganza with the Ultimate Kit by your side. Ream more »

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Youth access to tobacco products in the City of Milwaukee on the rise

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Teens smoking Tags:

Youth access to tobacco
In Wisconsin it is illegal to sell cigarettes and other tobacco products to minors. But unfortunately, the law doesn’t’ stop some retailers from selling to Milwaukee’s youth. Area youth and adults recently teamed up with the Milwaukee City Police Department to conduct tobacco compliance checks with local retailers through the WI Wins project. Compliance checks provide an opportunity to enforce the law, recognize retailers who don’t sell to minors and to educate retailers who sell to minors.
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Jerome Simpson Status: Marijuana Delivery Won’t Keep Him Out

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Marijuana news Tags:

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It takes more than just being found with several pounds of weed for the Bengals to keep you out of action.
To be fair, Simpson hasn’t been convicted of anything, even if the evidence seems overwhelming. And as Mike Florio points out at Pro Football Talk, the NFL, not the Bengals, is ultimately responsible for deciding if Simpson will be suspended. Ream more »

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Fake marijuana sending young people to emergency room

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Teens smoking Tags:

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Substances sold in convenience stores that purport to mimic the effects of marijuana have sent more than a dozen young people to the emergency room in recent months, according to a report in the Tuscaloosa News.

The unregulated substances sometimes packaged as incense but generally smoked like pot are causing headaches for police and health care providers, sending young people to the emergency room with paranoia and racing heart rates. Ream more »

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Widener University practices tobacco-free policy

September 26th, 2011 Posted in Tobacco control Tags:

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Widener University students make all kinds of decisions about their lives, from how much to drink at parties to whether to show up for classes.
But there’s one decision the school has made for them:

No using tobacco. Not on campus.

Last year, Widener became the first four-year school in Pennsylvania to go not just smoke-free but tobacco-free, adopting a simple, stringent policy: Ream more »

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UPD busts ‘elaborate’ marijuana operation in Kearns

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Marijuana news Tags:

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Unified Police Department officers say a raid on a Kearns warehouse shut down a sophisticated marijuana-growing operation and potentially took millions of dollars worth of the illegal weed off the streets.

In all, UPD Detective Shane Manwaring said 150 hydroponically cultivated and soon-to-be harvested plants were seized while officers served a search warrant Wednesday afternoon near 5000 S. Warehouse Road (4950 West). The crop had an estimated illicit value of nearly $2 million.
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Smoking ordinance has people at odds at public hearing

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Tobacco control Tags:

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A five-month delay, some revision and a public hearing didn’t change the debate over proposed tighter smoking rules in Macon.
The open debate, held before about 100 onlookers in City Council chambers Thursday evening, came down to health vs. freedom — or at least that’s how opposing sides framed their own positions.
Only half a dozen of the council’s 15 members were on hand to hear the discussion. After a previous version of a smoking ordinance drew a mayoral veto in May, council members promised a public hearing before submitting a revised version. Ream more »

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South Beach Smoke Electric Cigarette Rocks the Smoking World

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Electronic cigarettes Tags:

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South Beach Smoke electric cigarette is a new player amongst the giant brands which dominate the electronic cigarette industry. Nonetheless, the fact remains that South Beach Smoke has actually succeeded in winning several thousand fans the world over. It has been reported that by offering competitive pricing and ensuring the quality of its products, this brand is slowly but steadily climbing the ranks as being one amongst the top e cig brands the world over. Ream more »

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Kicking the smoking habit improves memory

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Tobacco control Tags:

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Smokers have one more reason to kick the habit: They will be able to remember everyday tasks better.
Researchers from Northumbria University in England compared the performance of smokers, nonsmokers and former smokers when they were given a series of real-world memory tasks. Although research in the past has shown smoking causes memory deficits, they wanted to find out if giving up smoking would lead to improvements. Ream more »

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Jerome Simpson really enjoys smoking weed

September 23rd, 2011 Posted in Marijuana news Tags:

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Jerome Simpson apparently really loves smoking weed. Or maybe he’s a pot dealer on the side. It’s really hard to tell with Bengals players these days.

Cincinnati police intercepted a package that was sent from California to Simpson’s house that contained two and a half pounds of marijuana. When the cops showed up to search the house they found six more pounds of pot inside the house along with Bengals fourth-year tackle Anthony Collins and an unamed woman.
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