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Is your vape broken? - The DMO

Great article explaining atomizers

Electronic Cigarettes, a popular choice for all walks of life

It is interesting that our customer base brings such a variety of people that are choosing to try vaping. This proves that the market for electronic cigarettes does not discriminate and that anybody can choose to take up vaping at any stage and for any reason. Many of our customers express that they have chosen to try ecigs as a way to try to give up smoking. They say that even though we do not sell nicotine, that they feel that electronic cigarettes provide a psychological hand to mouth movement that they are so used to when they smoked cigarettes.

Electronic Cigarettes still controversial

Electronic cigarettes are relatively new in the mainstream technology stakes, but we are surprised that vaping has been met by such controversy. In Australia there is such ill informed press regarding these devices that one does begin to wonder why people would want to rally to ban such a product, particularly when it does not directly concern them. In Australia today, there are many other issues thats should be controversial such as the pill that is prescribed for giving up smoking, Champix.

Great Article about electronic cigarettes

Evape customers have positive outcomes using e-cigarettes

Hi I would just like to say "Thank You" for the first time in 37 years I have been smoke free thanks to your store and your Ego CE4-T unit's, I have not had 1 cigarette for 2 day's now and I owe it all to your Store and products and the informative information you you have about E-cig's etc. Just in one day I went from a full time smoker to an E-Vapor and my Carbon Dioxide reading went from 59 down to 10, that's a reading of only 2.2% when I went to see my Stop Smoking nurse and she was amazed as I was to get such a quick response from just vaporizing for one day.

Analysis of Propylene Glycol for human consumption (The main ingredient of our e-juice)

According to the American Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, the following information is available about Propylene Glycol which is the main ingredient of our e-juice.
Case Studies in Environmental Medicine (CSEM) Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol ToxicityWhat is Propylene Glycol?

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this section, you should be able to

  • describe the properties and uses of propylene glycol


Katherine Heigl Vapes an Electronic Cigarette on David Letterman

Vaping is becoming much more popular with individuals and celebrities alike as people are searching for a permanent method of giving up smoking. On September 28th 2010, Katherine Heigl starred on David Letterman and discussed her smoking habit. She then revealed how she was able to kick the habit by lighting up an electronic cigarette. See the clip for yourself.

The change from smoking to vaping

A few vapers experience some symptoms when converting from cigarettes to vaping as the body no longer has to deal with the excreted tar and ash and instead begins to clear out the accumulated gunk. Nicotine intake from vaping is generally quite a lot lower so there might be some withdrawal symptoms too, which is often mitigated by increased vaping in the first days. From there though, things just get better and better. Soon the cough is gone, breathing is easier, and energy levels start rising; so much so that people often begin to get more active in their daily lives.

G4 Cartomisers and their appeal

The G4 Cartomizers are an added accessory for the eVape collection. They have a large capacity and can screw into any 510 or ego battery. They are well priced and can be used in place of an atomiser and cartridge. When vaping, they really pack a punch and work by pushing 3.2- 3.7 voltage through. The juice burns at a pleasant rate and the G4's are small enough to carry around with you so you can use different flavours. The good thing about them too is that they are refillable, so you really get value for money.

Be daring try some new ejuice flavours!

Many of our customers feel comfortable sticking to the juices that have made them comfortable since starting to vape. Popular choices include tobacco flavours, menthols and fruit flavours. Don't get us wrong, we are very partial to those flavours, in fact Strawberry is an in house favourite! We do get a sense of delightment when a customer orders an exotic collection of juice flavours to try, such as vodka peach, buttered popcorn, bubblegum or rum raisin. It is not surprising that those customers come back and order, again and again and again.

AHA: Even with weight gain, smoking cessation ups survival

(HealthDay News) -- Fear of unhealthy weight gain can be a factor holding smokers back from quitting the habit. But a new study finds that even if people do gain a few pounds once they quit, their post-cigarette health is still much better than if they'd kept on smoking. The findings are being presented at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA), held from Nov. 15 to 19 in Chicago.

FDA funded junk scientists and THR opponents at UCSF urge FDA to reject Swedish Match's MRTP application

FDA funded junk scientists and THR opponents at UCSF urge FDA to reject Swedish Match's MRTP application because they don't' want tobacco consumers to know snus is far less hazardous than cigarettes, doesn't cause mouth cancer, and has helped many people quit smoking

Utah officials slash fines for e-cigarette marketers

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Utah officials have slashed fines for three online electronic cigarette marketers from $1.1 million to $31,150. They declined comment on why the Utah Division of Consumer Protection quietly settled civil cases with companies that had been cited for more than 440 violations after allegedly deceiving and ripping off customers. Department of Commerce spokeswoman Jennifer Bolton told The Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/1zSe94o ) the agency will “let the full terms of the settlement agreements speak for themselves.”

E-cigarettes being sold in prison shops in smoking ban pilot

Prisoners are being allowed to smoke e-cigarettes as part of a pilot scheme that could lead to a jail smoking ban. BBC News has learned that a brand of disposable e-cigarettes has been on sale in three prisons for two months.

In landmark FDA tobacco study, e-cig questions likely to linger

(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is poised to release initial data from a landmark study into how Americans use tobacco products, but researchers expect many key questions about e-cigarettes to remain unanswered.

The five-year Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study of about 46,000 people, begun in 2011, is expected to provide a wealth of data about smoking behavior that could shape regulations ranging from warning labels and advertising restrictions to new product approvals.

Snus and e-cigarettes are indisputably safer than smoking, contrary to what the New York Times wants you to think

The New York Times would much rather have people believe that the e-cigarette as well as Snus is as bad as or possibly worse than traditional smoking.


Long-term e-cigarette use could lead to chronic lung conditions, scientists have warned.

US researchers found e-cigarette vapour affects cells in the lungs in the same way as cigarettes smoke, even after just one hour.

Long-term exposure could lead to emphysema, which is also known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD.

These are, however, only preliminary results, but naturally, medical experts are hailing then as significant already.

The smoke and mirrors of the anti-cigarette crusade

Colleges and universities are not the only institutions infantilizing young adults these days. State and local governments are, too. The latest example is the District of Columbia, which is about to raise the smoking age to 21. In doing so it will join California, Hawaii and more than 100 cities, including New York, Chicago and Cleveland.

Shares Bringing Holiday Cheer For Investors: British American Tobacco p.l.c. (:BTI)

Shares of British American Tobacco p.l.c. (:BTI) have climbed in the previous month. During that time period, shares are up 3.57% which has provided some nice profits for investors who may be looking to take advantage of the recent gains. Focusing in on the past five trading days, shares have changed -0.28%. Year-to-date, the stock has performed 5.28%.

GOP finally sees Vape law problems

After ignoring protests last year, then seeing a preliminary injunction issued by a U.S. District Court and an FBI investigation launched, Indiana House Republican leaders now want to overhaul a vape law that would have created a monopoly.

The law would have mandated a certification process that would create a monopoly for Mulhaupt’s, a Lafayette-based business. The law had been championed by state Sen. Ron Alting, who is — you guessed it — from Lafayette.

E-cigarette use falls for the first time as MPs launch inquiry into whether use of the devices should be restricted

Electronic cigarette use has fallen for the first time among smokers, as a select committee has announced an inquiry into the devices.

Following studies linking e-cigarettes with cancer and infertility, the House of Commons science and technology committee will take evidence on how they affect human health.

Heat-Not-Burn Tobacco: The Next Wave Of A Harm-Reduction Revolution

A little-known tobacco technology, Heat-not-Burn (HNB), has the potential to slash smoking-related death and disease by appealing to the millions of smokers who've failed to quit using e-cigarettes and traditional nicotine-replacement therapies.

Unlike e-cigarettes, HNB products use real tobacco, but instead of burning it like traditional cigarettes, they heat the tobacco, giving users a tobacco-flavored vapor. This is critical because it is the burning of tobacco which forms the most harmful compounds found in cigarette smoke.

E-cigarette maker refuses to accept returns on unsold products, wholesaler claims

PHILADELPHIA — A Pennsylvania wholesaler is suing Ballantyne Brands LLC, a North Carolina company that produces electronic cigarettes and related paraphernalia, citing alleged breach of contract.

Promote Health by Not Defending the E-Cigarette Ban

Harm reduction — opting for a product or activity that is not harmless but is better than the existing alternative — is a common and obvious strategy that we employ almost unthinkingly. For example, many drugs used for chemotherapy to treat cancer are highly toxic and cause a variety of serious side effects, but taking them is better than leaving the cancer untreated.

Game Changer | Why Canada’s Top Anti-Tobacco Group Embraces Vaping

It’s the mortal enemy of the tobacco industry, the Non-Smokers’ Rights Association. For over 40-years, the NSRA leads the effort to eradicate the tobacco industry’s deadly products. Racking up win after win with non-smoking bylaws, advertising bans and the world precedent setting graphic warnings on cigarettes packages.

You still cannot vape on US inbound, outbound flights

A divided federal appeals court is upholding a President Barack Obama-era regulation that barred e-cigarette smoking—also known as vaping—on both inbound and outbound US flights.

Dailymail.co.uk releases unfounded anti-E-Cigarette article

Dailymail, a UK based online news outlet released a story this past Monday titled  "E-cigarettes are as dangerous as smoking - just ONE puff could be all it takes to increase the risk of a heart attack".

Although some of the studies cited in the article were legitimate, the writers failed to establish ANY sufficient evidence that would warrant making such a direct and blatant comparison between traditional cigarettes and e-cigarettes.

Big Tobacco to Spend Millions on Self-Critical Ads in U.S.

Broadcast television networks and metro newspapers are about to get a boost from an unexpected but familiar source: Big Tobacco.

It’s an old media buy to resolve an old fight. Starting as soon as next month, Altria Group Inc. and British American Tobacco PLC will begin running court-mandated ads to put to rest a lawsuit brought nearly two decades ago by the U.S. Department of Justice over misleading statements the industry had made about cigarettes and their health effects.


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