News 5th Dec 2014
Electronic cigarettes have become a staple of everyday UK life in a remarkably short time, but questions about their safety, efficacy and legal status still need to be answered. Dr Ilze Bogdanovica, Professor Linda Bauld and Professor John Britton from the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies review the facts and give their views.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors will vote this month on whether to refuse to hire smokers and put a major pinch on the pocketbooks of those who already work there.
A few months ago, Stacey Shipton decided she’d had enough of smoking. Her lungs felt heavy, it was a costly habit and, after 15 years of puffing, it was time the 30-year-old gave it away. But how to quit….?
Not exactly news, but a very interesting look at what will become the norm for “Generation IV” devices
Brandon Ward from Evolv joins Dave Dorn tonight for a VTTVtalk type show, where the main subject is the DNA40 and how it can be a complete ‘game changer’ for the Vaping world.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey set up a new APPG on e-cigarettes this week in Parliament. The group will examine and scrutinise this rapidly growing industry exploring the benefits the devices could have for people looking to quit smoking. There are an estimated 2.1m e-cigarette users, or vapers, in the UK and the number is rapidly rising.