“Style X-Slims inspired by urban culture and the trend characteristic of large cities, and that is why we have decided to issue two new proposals in the 25 largest cities of Russia,” – said Jan Billinghem, advertising manager for the average price of stamps segment Philip Morris Seylz end Marketing “. Read more
Pressure is growing on UK Prime Minister David Cameron over his dumping of measures to make smoking less attractive.
Jeremy Hunt, Minister of Health of Great Britain, is facing questions in the Commons about how the policy to follow the lead of Australia and impose plain packaging on cigarette manufacturers has been left until after the next election.
MPs yesterday they interrogate why the minutes of a meeting between officials and a tobacco company associated with top Mr. Cameron’s top political adviser had not yet been released. Read more
More than £ 44 million has been invested in tobacco companies to local councils in the West, despite their new responsibility for the development of public health. Read more
Researchers have found that patients with head and neck cancer who have never smoked have much better survival rates after radiation therapy than patients with a history of smoking. The study by Allen M. Chen and colleagues in the UC Davis radiation oncology and otolaryngology departments is among the first of its kind to examine prognosis differences based on smoking history in patients with head and neck cancer who are treated with radiation therapy. Ream more »
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JOHNSON CREEK — Three years ago, Christian Berkey had a good job and a pack-a-day or more smoking habit.
He took a chance on an e-Cigarette … and it changed his life.
Berkey purchased his electronic cigarette – which produces a water vapor – from a Chinese company. He quickly became an avid e-smoker, but was still disappointed when it came to taste. Much of that stemmed from the fact that most e-cigarette producers focused on the hardware, rather than the software.
“It was almost an afterthought,” Berkey says. “But you need the software to make the hardware work.”
After an internet search for American smoke juice producers came up empty, Berkey decided to do it himself. He cashed out his 401k and set to work creating a better smoke juice.
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If the terms “electronic cigarette” and “e-cig” are new to you, don’t worry, you’re not alone. It’s an alternative to smoking and a relatively new technology, but it is a simple one: a battery powered device that replicates the act of smoking. These devices are small and resemble an actual cigarette, only unlike typical nicotine inhalers that have surfaced over the years the e-cig actually produces a smoke-like vapor. An atomizer vaporizes nicotine infused e-liquid, which is triggered by a micro sensor every time you inhale from the e-cig, giving you lush plumes of white vapor. No lighters, matches or flame of any kind is required to enjoy an e-cig, since the vaporization is all micro-technology contained within the unit. However, to further simulate the sensation of smoking a real cigarette, a bright led light is built into the tip of each e-cig that “ignites” with each puff.
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Electronic cigarettes offer consumers to switch over from traditional cigarettes to an e cigarette or commonly known as the Electronic Cigarette. Read more
The low-down on the curious product that — according to a new report — may be responsible for poisoning nearly 600 children a year.According to a new report, almost 600 children a year contract a mild case of poisoning after accidentally eating so-called “tobacco candy” — the second most common source of unintentional tobacco consumption for kids six and younger (after second-hand smoke). What is this controversial product, and should it be banned? (See a report about “tobacco candy”) Read more