Recent Examples of electronic cigarette from the Web
These heated, smokeless tobacco products may soon eclipse electronic cigarettes as a smoking alternative, stated the study, published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE.
Countless cities across the nation have also adopted similar rules on electronic cigarettes.
Earlier this year, Cuomo signed legislation to prohibit the use of electronic cigarettes in all public and private schools.
Johnson Creek Enterprises, a Hartland company that was one of the country's largest independent producers of juice for electronic cigarettes, has abruptly closed.
Lake County is set to become the first county in Illinois to raise the minimum age to buy cigarettes, tobacco products and electronic cigarettes to 21.
Smoking also pollutes indoor air, whether with traditional cigarettes, electronic cigarettes or hookah pipes, Mendel said.
That is a sensation many smokers complain is missing from the wide array of electronic cigarettes currently on the market.
But the sleek, pocket-sized object is actually an electronic cigarette called a JUUL.
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medical Definition of electronic cigarette
- Another new product is the electronic cigarette (e-cigarette), a battery-powered device that aerosolizes nicotine for inhalation but does not burn tobacco.
- —Nancy A. Rigotti, The Journal of the American Medical Association, 17 Oct. 2012
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