Monthly Archives: April 2015

HealthMine Survey Reveals Consumers See Vaping as Less Harmful to Health than Smoking

HealthMine Survey Reveals Consumers See Vaping as Less Harmful to Health than Smoking

With new studies still being performed every day, the court of public opinion seems to feel that vaping is a safer hobby than smoking tobacco. SAN FRANCISCO, April 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — While researchers continue to debate the safety of e-cigarettes over conventional tobacco smoking, consumers view traditional cigarettes as more dangerous, according to a January […]

The Ever More Popular Pastime Of Vaping

The Ever More Popular Pastime Of Vaping

As more people discover the wonderful hobby of vaping, it’s getting more popular all the time! The Ever More Popular Pastime Of Vaping (NAPSI)—More than 4 million Americans these days add more flavor and fun to their lives by lighting up electronic cigarettes. Also called personal vaporizers or “vapes,” a lot of people associate these […]

Waco e-cig retailers exempted under new public vaping measure

Waco e-cig retailers exempted under new public vaping measure

A small victory for Texas vape shops. The original version, which passed on first reading last month over the protest of retailers, treats vaping the same as smoking under the city’s smoking ordinance. The existing ordinance bars smoking at most enclosed public spaces, such as theaters, stores, restaurants and institutions, unless they have separately ventilated […]

Bill Regulating Vaping Liquids Passes Senate

Bill Regulating Vaping Liquids Passes Senate

Everyone agrees that regulation is a good thing, it just needs to be implemented properly. stock photo Legislation regulating the production and sale of liquids used in e-cigarettes took a step closer to the governor’s desk Tuesday.  Its Senate sponsor says the bill tries to find a middle ground in regulating a new industry. The […]

E-Cigarette Legislation Moves Along

California gets closer to regulating vaping and ejuice just like tobacco. Many opponents find it dangerous and short-sighted to lump a product that studies show offers significant harm reduction when compared to tobacco products in the same fashion. Electronic cigarettes must abide by the limitations and regulations imposed on tobacco products, according to a vote […]

Indiana’s Vape bill stirs controversy after House, Senate approval

Indiana's Vape bill stirs controversy after House, Senate approval

Regulation poses a number of challenges as Indiana looks to make rules surrounding vaping. SOUTH BEND – A battle is brewing between Indiana lawmakers and electronic cigarette manufacturers and stores. The controversy stems from a bill at the state house that would regulate liquids and ban sales to anyone under 18 in what’s called “vaping.” […]

How to Write a Bullshit Anti-Vaping Article

How to Write a Bullshit Anti-Vaping Article

A truly hilarious article that delivers laughs as well as some real points about the fear-mongering anti-vaping “news” stories. Being a reporter is hard. With editors breathing down your neck, pressure to produce entertaining content and a cacophony of looming deadlines, being asked to write about something you’re not particularly familiar with just heaps on […]

Vape Pens Sales Continue Booming Despite Looming Restrictions

Vape Pens Sales Continue Booming Despite Looming Restrictions

No matter what rules are put in place, vaping is becoming more popular all the time! Electronic cigarettes and vaporizing devices became available less than a decade ago, and have since grown into a multi-billion dollar industry despite a lack of data demonstrating their safety for consumers. Now, federal, state, and local governments are cracking […]

Pro/Con: Should the FDA regulate e-cigarettes?

A very reasonable argument that makes a number of great points about why regulation of vaping as a tobacco product is harmful to our nation’s health. No: FDA should butt out; e-cigs help smokers quit On Jan. 11, 1964, the Surgeon General’s Advisory Committee on Smoking and Health released its very first report on tobacco […]