Valentine's-vaping-gifts
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A list of seven gifts for your vaping valentine that are sure to please. Whether your valentine already vapes or is looking to start vaping, there's something on the list perfect for them.
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Police in Murfreesboro, TN, and surrounding areas, raided and closed 23 stores for selling products containing the cannabis-derivative CBD. Authorities say 21 people were indicted.
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A new study from researchers in the U.K. explains the crucial role vape shops play in helping smokers switch to e-cigarettes. They suggest more cooperation between vape shops and local stop smoking services.
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Vape manufacturer JUUL Labs issued a public statement disputing viral rumors that their e-cigarette the JUUL has caused lung cancer. The rumors spread online through social media posts. Vaping as not been proven to cause cancer of any kind.
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A look at the Aspire Gusto Mini, a pod-style box mod that uses cartridges pre-filled with some of Halo’s most popular e-liquid flavors.
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For the first time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may approve a pharmaceutical product based on a compound found in cannabis plants. Cannabidiol (CBD)-based Epidiolex, made by GW Pharmaceuticals, has completed promising Phase 3 clinical trials for treatment of epileptic seizure disorders Lennox-Gastaut and Dravet syndromes.
Public-Health-England-Boosts-its-Support-for-Vaping
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Public Health England is confirming its 2015 assessment that e-cigarettes are far safer than smoking. The government agency was the first respected public health organization to urge cigarette smokers to switch to vaping -- and to suggest that doctors recommend e-cigs to smoking patients. The new report assesses the evidence since the 2015 publication.
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The new Aspire Revvo sub ohm tank uses the ARC coil, an innovative new design that boasts improved vapor, flavor, and longevity.
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As of Feb. 1, it became illegal to possess or use e-cigarettes and other vaping products in Singapore, with fines as high as 2,000 Singapore dollars. Fines for sales or importation can be five times that high, with six months in jail also possible. Repeat offenders can get double those penalties.