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1 in 4 Teen E-Cigarette Users Has Tried 'Dripping'

"Dripping" involves placing drops of e-liquid directly onto the exposed heating coil of an e-cigarette or atomizer, and then immediately inhaling the cloud of vapor produced, said Krishnan-Sarin, a professor of psychiatry at Yale University School of Med
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Feb 6, 2017 18:13
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Japan Tobacco bets on e-cigarette's growth prospect, boosts annual dividend

The world's No.3 tobacco company said it would begin selling Ploom Tech in some parts of Tokyo from June, but added a rollout in other cities would start only from the first half of 2018 - later than initially expected. While this could be a setback for
Reuters
added Feb 6, 2017 18:12
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E-cigs and ‘dripping’: What you need to know

We asked the study’s lead author... more about the study’s findings: Did the number of students who had ever used e-cigarettes surprise you? Do these results reflect what is happening nationally? We did not know what to expect. We had anecdotal evidenc
Philadelphia (PA) Daily News
added Feb 6, 2017 18:10
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Survey: 'Dripping' Common Among Teen E-Cig Users

The practice of pouring e-liquid directly onto the heating element of an e-cigarette device and inhaling -- bypassing the liquid holding tank -- produces thicker vapor clouds, which drippers say results in a stronger throat hit and more intense flavors.
MedPage Today
added Feb 6, 2017 16:44
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Smokin' hot! Kendall Jenner shows off her enviable figure in VERY unusual fringed bikini bottoms... as she delicately holds onto a cigarette

The 21-year-old, seen posing with a lit cigarette, posted the snap from her recent LOVE magazine shoot to her Instagram where she wrote: 'no smoking'.
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Feb 6, 2017 15:05
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Japan Tobacco Sees No Quick Fix for Heat-Not-Burn Shortage

The capacity constraints that have dogged the domestic launch of Japan Tobacco Inc.’s heated tobacco device will take a while yet to resolve, according to a company executive, handing a further boost to Philip Morris International Inc. in the world’s mos
Bloomberg News
added Feb 6, 2017 03:29
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Edited Transcript of PM earnings conference call or presentation 2-Feb-17 2:00pm GMT

Full-year net revenues increased by 4.4% excluding currency driven by a favorable pricing variance equivalent to 6% of prior-year net revenues and the strong performance of RRPs, notably HeatSticks and IQOS devices.
Yahoo! Finance
added Mar 23, 2017 02:20
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New tobacco technology boosts Philip Morris shares

Philip Morris International reported fourth-quarter earnings that fell just short of expectations, but exponential growth in shipments of its "heat-not-burn" products and improved outlook for 2017 impressed investors and boosted its stock in midday tradin
Maysville (KY) Ledger Independent
added Feb 2, 2017 20:19
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[New Zealand] New high-tech tobacco product illegal

the ministry said it was in discussions with Philip Morris over the product, but stopped short of saying it was illegal. The ministry has now clarified its position and says that while the battery-powered holder is legal, the tobacco sticks, called Heets
Otago Daily Times (nz)
added Feb 2, 2017 16:09
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SCIENCE AND INNOVATION A Common-Sense Approach for Public Health

The World Health Organization estimates that there will be over a billion smokers by 2025.1 With so many people choosing to smoke, it makes sense that they should have less harmful alternatives to cigarettes. Why would anyone deny them this opportunity?
Philip Morris International (ch)
added Feb 2, 2017 15:56
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