Growing e-cigarette trend raises safety concerns

Safety concerns on Best Electronic Cigarette Raises with Its Popularity Says

More than $96 billion a year is lost in medical costs, on top of $97 billion a year in lost productivity, according to the CDC. Be it for health reasons, the expense, or to get a loved one to stop nagging, millions of Americans each year try to stop smoking. A growing number have turned to e-cigs as an alternative, though they are no longer marketed for that purpose. E-cigs have various levels of nicotine to suit a vaper’s cravings. But whether they are indeed safer than real cigarettes is fodder for much debate, as they also contain glycerol and propylene glycol. The naturally occurring glycerol is used by some for weight loss, to keep hydrated and other health benefits.
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NJOY: The E-Cigarette That Aims To Snuff Out Smoking

Despite the fact that e cigarettes are no longer marketed as alternative to tobacco cigarettes, a large number of people have turned towards e cigarettes as they believe it as the best alternative says e cigarette reviews. Electronic Cigarette reviews reveal that with more than 25 brands, the sale of best e cigs is projected to double to $1 billion this year. This growing popularity of these devices is all with the restrictions of its sale to the minors, restriction on advertisement strategy etc. Its true that nowadays, best brands of electronic cigarettes are facing the situation of restrictions but still it is one of the best industry to invest says e cigarette reviews. Many manufactures of battery operated devices think that behind the restrictions on these devices, some big tobacco companies are there. But the situation is still on vague.
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AB: They have the potential to be a big part of the solution. But most electronic cigarettes on the market dont live up to the potential. They dont look like cigarettes, are larger than cigarettes and dont approximate the satisfaction closely enough. By the end of this year, all of the Big Three tobacco companies are all entering the market Lorillard Lorillard with Blu, RJR with a brand called Vuse and Philip Morris with Mark 10.
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