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JOHNSON: Danger: Electronic cigarettes can blow more than smoke

To prevent the Edwards Air Force Base community from becoming unsafe, the Edwards Fire Department would like to address a few E-Cig safety tips that will protect our two Ps, "People and Property!" When purchasing an electronic cigarette or vaporizer, ens
U.S. Air Force
added Aug 21, 2014 13:31
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FRIESS: Will Nevada ever see smoke-free casinos?

Feldman believes someone in Vegas may give a totally non-smoking casino a try. The last time it was attempted was the Silver Slipper... Today, I suspect the time is right. I get that Vegas is the place where you can do all those transgressive things. But
Las Vegas (NV) Weekly
added Aug 21, 2014 13:18
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EISENBERG: Why I Opened a Vaporium and Am Dedicating My Life to Reducing Smoking

I took matters into my own hands and traveled to China, to the source, to find more e-cigs. I was determined to get this harm reduction product into the hands of everyone... We are on the same team as anti-smoking activists and people who want to reduce
Huffington Post (blog)
added Aug 19, 2014 21:56
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GODSHALL: Another View: The Pros of Electronic Cigarettes

growing mountain of scientific and empirical evidence...Obama’s FDA revealed its unscientific, unethical and inhumane policy to deceive Americans...All real public health advocates support smokers switching to e-cigs, and keeping e-cigs legal.
Physicians News Digest
added Aug 19, 2014 16:44
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BROKER: Big Tobacco Successfully Increasing E-Cigarette Use In Youths

Don’t fool yourself: smoking electronic cigarettes is still smoking. The tobacco industry has positioned e-cigs as a less dangerous form of smoking than traditional, combustable cigarettes. However, “less dangerous” still contains the word “dangerous.”
Physicians News Digest
added Aug 19, 2014 16:42
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Rep. Mike Denham: Using tobacco to treat Ebola one of Kentucky medical breakthroughs

Kentucky may be a relatively small state, but as these examples show, we have had an out-sized influence when it comes to improving the world’s collective health. There’s every reason to believe that this trend will continue for years to come. With tha
KyForward
added Aug 19, 2014 16:28
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[UK] DEAR LUCY: The next problem: my smoking boss

A new boss has been parachuted into my department, who sits right next to me. He is a decent guy, but at least 10 times a day he goes outside for a cigarette, which is annoying if I need to ask him something. He returns with stinking clothes and breath. I
Financial Times (uk)
added Aug 19, 2014 14:07
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KUKASWADIA: Public health's biggest weakness, as illustrated by e-cigarettes

meantime, people are freely using them and suffering adverse health effects associated with their use. That time delay, between a product being introduced and public health being able to tackle it, is one of the biggest problems that public health faces.
PLOS Blogs
added Aug 19, 2014 05:35
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[Kentucky] FILLMAN/PATTERSON: Owensboro needs tougher smoking ban ($$)

A new proposal to the city commission, which was first considered at the commission meeting on Aug. 5, would ban smoking in all establishments open to the public and public spaces.
Owensboro (KY) Messenger Inquirer
added Aug 17, 2014 07:09
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[Asia, Philippines] Cuizon: The good news

THE Sin Tax Reform Law has reduced the number of Filipino smokers of the country! The government has earned more money through this tax to use in health programs, and less people are buying smoke, especially the young boys in the slums who can now hardl
Cebu City Sun Star (ph)
added Aug 16, 2014 20:12
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