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The use of e-cigarettes doesn't increase the risk of heart disease, according to a research...

The use of e-cigarettes doesn't increase the risk of heart disease, according to a research study. Though sales in the sub-sector haven't met many of the rosy forecasts put out by tobacco companies, UBS still sees over $500M in revenue getting churned up this year. Players: LO, PM
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  • romilar
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    OK PM,lets cut to the chase and develop a vegetable chew infused with nic, an array of harmless vitamins,and fiber.Give us the usual choices(organic,variable vitamins ect.)and remind us this product is "better than" and "no expectoration required".Wa-d-ya-say?
    27 Aug 2012, 11:18 AM Reply Like
  • LilyQuinn
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    GREAT IDEA
    27 Aug 2012, 11:44 AM Reply Like
  • marilyn61
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    Great so now there is a ' more healthy ' way to get your fix. Excellent - but does it carry the same kudos of puffing away on a real cigarette. Can kids show off to their friends ? Can they say - hey - have one of mine ?

     

    I sincerely hope this works as addiction is a terrible thing. Recent surveys show that children start smoking as young as 8 years old. Surely it's time for some serious education for children rather than giving them something else to ' puff ' on. But where would be the profits in that. I do like the idea of a vegetable chew enhanced with vitamins though - just without the nicotine. Great for those on a diet !!!
    28 Aug 2012, 04:51 AM Reply Like
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