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Experts Predict Ecig Revenue Will Reach $50 Billion by 2030
As the world begins to embrace electronic cigarettes, experts believe the market will continue growing over the next 15 years. From 2013 to 2014, ecig revenue nearly doubled topping out at $6 billion last year. Currently, the United States is the dominating region for ecigs, bringing in nearly half... Read more
Science Shows that Vaping is Safer than Smoking and Here’s the Proof
You’ve heard all the propaganda coming from the naysayers. Politics and the media love to hype up the dangers of vaping, but the only science they present to defend their point of view can be traced back to questionable funding and potential lobbyist conflicts. So how can you really... Read more
Selling Ecigs in India Could Result in Hard Time Behind Bars
India has taken a hard stance against electronic cigarettes in the past, but now the country’s lawmakers are clamping down even more. This week, India’s Food and Drug Administration sent out notices to importers and distributors alerting them that selling ecigs without permission from the Drug Controller General of... Read more
ASPCA Speaks Out About Vaping Dangers for Pets
Common sense tells us that nicotine isn’t something our pets should be exposed to, but the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center still receives a lot of nicotine related calls every year. Most of the time, callers are panicked because a pet ate a cigarette or chewed some nicotine gum.... Read more
American Medical Association Wants to Raise Legal Vaping Age to 21
The majority of states in the US have already implemented laws that restrict the sale of electronic cigarettes to people over age 18. However, the American Medical Association believes that isn’t sufficient. Now they are calling on lawmakers to increase the legal age to buy ecigs to 21. Let’s... Read more
Shocking Lab Tests Reveal Deadly Toxins Hiding in Some Eliquids
The US ecig industry is currently unregulated, but that doesn’t mean that we should ignore certain standards for safety and quality control. This week, shocking news came from the Vapor Shark Company when they sent all of the eliquid brands they carry out to a lab for testing. The... Read more
New Study Paints Grim Health Predictions for Smokers
If you don’t know that smoking can make you sick, then you’ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years. We hear about the risks of using tobacco all the time, but now some new research has left many current and former smokers feeling more uncertain about... Read more
Kansas Vape Shop Profits Could Go Up In Smoke Thanks to New Tax
Vape shops in Kansas having been thriving in recent months and many are seeing as much as 20 percent profit growths every month. However, that could all soon change now that the state senate has approved a new bill to tax e-liquids at .20 per milliliter. While lawmakers are... Read more
Wales Bans Public Vaping
Vapers in Wales will soon be barred from using their electronic cigarettes in public places and even at work thanks to a new public health law. The new ban is the first time public vaping has been outlawed anywhere within the UK and it has caused a lot of... Read more
Today’s Smokers Are More Addicted Than Ever Before
For nearly a quarter of a century the number of smokers has steadily decreased. In fact, industry insiders have pegged the number to be somewhere around the 33% in terms of the actual number of people who have moved on from the tobacco habit. However it is also important... Read more
New Ecig Study Misleads People Into Believing Vaping Is Dangerous
As the world calls for more research on electronic cigarettes, we need to be really clear on one important point. We don’t just need new research, we need accurate and unbiased research. Far too often, we see studies come forward that mislead and misrepresent vaping. Oftentimes, the researchers are... Read more
Smoking Linked to Higher Suicide Risk
We all know that smoking is a deadly habit, but some new information from the New England Journal of Medicine shows that there may be a new risk factor that we never considered before. Apparently, smoking is linked to a higher risk for suicide. Scientists examined deaths of 100,000... Read more
Lawsuit Erupts As Big Tobacco Protests New Packaging Rules in Britain
Beginning next spring, Britain will require that all cigarettes be sold in plain uniform packaging. In addition to removing all marketing and branding information from the packs, companies will also be required to display graphic warnings that include photos of diseased human tissues to warn people about the harms... Read more
Sonoma City Council Bans Flavored Ecigs
After fierce arguments from both sides, the Sonoma City Council voted unanimously this week to implement the Tobacco Retailers Licensing Ordinance. This new law will practically kill Sonoma’s ecig industry by banning flavored eliquids in an effort to “protect the children”. While the council might have had great intentions... Read more
New Indiana Bill Gives Big Tobacco Unfair Advantages
When Indiana state legislators passed Act 1432, they set local ecig companies up for failure. This new law is changing the way ecig businesses will operate by requiring that they register with the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. In order to receive the mandatory permit, they must adhere to... Read more
New Survey Reveals Common Motivations for Vaping
The FDA is still waffling on ecig regulations as they seek answers to questions about how vaping impacts health and addiction. In an effort to promote vaping research, an electronic cigarette shop in Chesterfield County, Virginia conducted a survey of the area’s ecig users to learn more about their... Read more
Man Sues Blu Ecigs For Claiming Ecigs are Safer than Tobacco Cigs
Electronic cigarette companies are careful not to state that ecigs are safer or healthier than tobacco cigarettes. There is just too much liability to make those claims in even the face of research to prove that those statements are actually true. Despite careful attention to not making health related... Read more
Can Ecigs Really Do Major Damage to Your Brain?
This week, we’ve seen another round of misinformation circling in the media thanks to statements from Dr. Jonathan Winickoff of Massachusetts General Hospital for Children. While his warnings might seem good intentioned, take a closer look and you will see that this is nothing more than another series of... Read more
Ontario Bans Flavored Tobacco, But E-Liquids Can Stay
Ontario is cracking down on the tobacco industry and will soon implement the strictest policies in Canada. The latest attempt to squash the tobacco movement is banning all flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes. The new “Making Healthier Choices Act” will outlaw fruity flavored cigarettes and cigars, menthols, and... Read more
Connecticut Wants to Force Ecig Sellers to Pay Extra Fees Each Year
As legislators struggle with how to regulate electronic cigarettes, there is one thing that is certain. They are not going to overlook another opportunity to make some extra money. Whether it’s additional ecig taxation or licensing fees, states are constantly coming up with new ways to cash in on... Read more
Hawaii’s Governor Bans Electronic Cigarettes
Hawaii’s Governor David Ige is still moving forward with his attack on tobacco and now he is turning his focus to electronic cigarettes. This week, he signed Act 19 into law, which raises the legal smoking age to 21 in the Aloha State. The bill also bans electronic cigarettes... Read more
Research Reveals Which Ecigs are Best for Smoking Cessation
Every day, dozens of smokers invest in their first ecigs with the hope of kicking the tobacco habit. But new research shows that you need to right kind of ecig if you want the best chance of success. Scientists surveyed hundreds of smokers and vapers to find out which... Read more
What the CDC Isn’t Telling You About Teens and E-Cigarettes
This week, the Centers for Disease Control released a new report that paints a grim picture about teens and ecigarettes. The mainstream media is latching onto the new statistics as further evidence that vaping is the enemy, but the data tells a completely different story. While teen ecig use... Read more
The Number One Reason Why Women Are Still Lighting Up
From graphic advertisements to lectures from our parents, we’ve all been told that smoking is a deadly habit. Yet, many American women continue to smoke tobacco cigarettes everyday and the reason might surprise you. According to a new report from WebMD, many women refuse to give up tobacco because... Read more
University of Wisconsin Launches Five Year Study of Electronic Cigarettes
Research is one of the most important aspects of the electronic cigarette industry these days. With each new study, we discover more benefits and have new information to offer to skeptics that want to lump ecigs in with tobacco products. Now a new study is set to launch at... Read more
New Ecig Tax Could Triple the Price of Eliquids
While many states are considering how to tax ecigs fairly, a handful of states are taking a harsh approach that could really damage the ecig industry. Recently, Ohio Governor John Kasich proposed a new tax on vapers that could lead to a major disaster. He wants to tax eliquids... Read more
Misguided Health Officials Try to Banish Vaping in China
China is one of the world’s major hubs for ecig manufacturing, but that could all change if some anti-smoking advocates get their way. These health officials are pushing hard for a total ban on ecigs. They hope to see manufacturing, importing, advertising, marketing, and even sales disappear in the... Read more
Wisconsin Leaders Divided on Ecig Regulation and Taxation
Wisconsin is no stranger to controversy or conflict. In a state that has come to be defined by the polarizing political figures on both sides of the aisle, another hot topic is sure to light the fuse of many activists and citizens alike. The current controversy is all about... Read more
Hawaii Introduces 80 Percent Tax on Ecigs
Hawaii lawmakers voted unanimously this week to classify all products containing nicotine as “tobacco products”. The much debated bill also includes a massive 80 percent tax on loose tobacco, small cigars, chewing tobacco, and electronic cigarettes. The tax revenue from ecigs will go directly to the University of Hawaii... Read more
Scientists Say Public Vaping Isn’t Posing a Risk to Your Health
More and more cities are banning ecigs in public places where smoking is already prohibited, but scientists say that these rules are unnecessary. Based on a recent study, there is no detectable risk when people vape in a public place. Scientists tested samples to determine if there is any... Read more