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Unexpected nicotine in Do-it-Yourself electronic cigarette flavourings

Although a complete refill fluid usually contains nicotine, the flavouring solutions themselves are an additive and are presumed to be free of nicotine, which is a known addictive chemical and toxicant.2 To determine if DIY flavourings are nicotine free,
Tobacco Control
added Jul 28, 2015 10:34
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GLANTZ: Surprise! Do it yourself e-cig flavors often have undisclosed nicotine

just published an important paper, "Unexpected nicotine in do-it-yourself electronic cigarette flavourings"... These products, which are presented to the consumer as ‘nicotine free’, could lead to unwanted addiction, poisoning, or even death.
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Jul 28, 2015 10:33
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[North Carolina] Revenue from Newport pushes Reynolds’ 2Q net income up 22.1 percent Story Comments Print Create a hardcopy of this page Font Size: Default font size Larger font size Related Stories Related: Megadeal leads to Reynolds stock split, increase in quarterly d

New revenue from Newport, the No. 2-selling U.S. traditional cigarette brand, capped a strong overall second-quarter performance by Reynolds American Inc. Reynolds reported today $579 million in net income when excluding gains and charges related to its $
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jul 28, 2015 10:28
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E-Cigarettes May Pump Out The Same Kind Of Addictive Nicotine Found In Tobacco-Laden Cigarettes

Noting that previous studies of ECIGs have only examined the amount of total nicotine released and not accounted for these varying forms, the authors utilized a “convenient solvent extraction method” to test the composition of the vapor released from a n
Medical Daily
added Jul 24, 2015 11:40
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Altria Could Gain From A Menthol Ban In The Post-Merger World

A recent merger between the U.S. number two and number three tobacco firms, Reynolds and Lorillard, is mostly based on capitalizing the opportunity in the menthol realm. However, as the FDA scrutinizes the product over higher addictive properties and har
Trefis
added Jul 24, 2015 10:11
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Chemical in e-cigs, coffee roasting could be health risk

New research suggests that people who use electronic cigarettes and those in the coffee-roasting industry might be at risk for contracting potentially life-threatening respiratory conditions related to the chemical diacetyl.
Salem (OR) Statesman-Journal
added Jul 24, 2015 06:48
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E-cigarettes are just as addictive as the real thing and most are mislabeled, researchers warn

A new study warned that because e-liquids contain the most addictive form of nicotine and many bottles of the liquid are mislabeled as to their level of the drug, they are causing major problems. It comes as a separate study found that gradually decreas
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 23, 2015 17:53
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Tobacco expert calls for strong regulation of e-cigarettes in Australia

The warning comes on the same day the ACT Government prepares to release all 242 submissions to a discussion paper of possible reform of e-cigarette legislation. Professor Srinath Reddy, a preventive cardiologist and president of the World Heart Federat
Canberra (ACT) Times (au)
added Jul 22, 2015 15:21
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SIEGEL: Study on Potential Toxicity of E-Cigarette Flavorings Produces Unwarranted Scare

1. The chemicals in electronic cigarettes - the "inactive" ingredients if you will - are not dissimilar to inactive ingredients in many pharmaceutical inhalers that are approved by the FDA. The chemicals in those inhalers are known to cause respiratory
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Jul 17, 2015 12:52
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[California] ARCHIVE: 5 Questions: Jackler on the rise of e-cigarettes

His research group, Stanford Research Into the Impact of Tobacco Advertising, has been closely following the e-cigarette industry. He recently spoke with Paul Costello, chief communications officer at the School of Medicine, for a 1:2:1 podcast. Following
Stanford University School of Medicine
added Jul 17, 2015 11:19
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