Dear ABC (source) News Fixer: Burning Over E-Cigarette Problem
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Dear Cassandra: These “free trial” offers can be a bit tricky more on that in a sec but you had a different problem: The product apparently was defective from the start. That seemed like a pretty good reason to ask for your money back. We emailed No Flame E-Cigarette and heard back from Sasha Dyroff, quality assurance representative.
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The liquid, or “E-Juice” that is vaporized can carry a range of tasty-sounding flavors such as cotton candy and peach and names such as “Bikini Martini” and “Choco Loco.” E-cigarettes aren’t smoked, they are “vaped.” Studies have long determined that nicotine is as addictive as heroin and cocaine, leaving health officials like Walton concerned. “If children see e-cigarettes as popular and fun and start using them that can lead to a lifetime of nicotine addiction,” she said. Many Americans report they’ve never heard of e-cigarettes, but the industry is generating $500 million in sales annually. Business is expected to surpass $1 billion annually within the next couple of years.
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“I had a friend who was telling me ‘Try this,'” said Izaguirre. “I was like, ‘I don’t know man. What’s this vapor stuff?
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There are over 45,000 convenience stores that currently carry these products. The electronic cigarettes are also available online and there are quite a few electronic cigarette reviews available widely throughout the internet. Retailers believe that the push for more electronic cigarettes will continue to increase. “Retailers have become incrementally more positive on [e-cigarettes] and continue to praise blu, noting that its advertising and marketing efforts are driving growth to the entire category,” said Bonnie Herzog, managing director of tobacco, beverage and consumer research at Wells Fargo Securities. It’s essential to note that the survey from Reynolds American Inc’s Vuse and Altria Group Inc.’s MarkTen included information from participants that stated they are dual users. Apparently there are those that individuals that switch between traditional cigarettes and e-cigarettes.
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This would seem to produce a greater likelihood of second use, third use, and so forth, setting the user on a faster path to addiction and guaranteeing sales for years. Flavoring the “e-juice” with cherry, peach and menthol creates direct appeal to children and adolescents. Clever advertising by the tobacco industry makes e-cigarettes the perfect bridge to other addictive substances including conventional cigarettes. Once again the tobacco industry is marketing the disease of addiction. Harm reduction advocates argue that for those currently addicted to traditional cigarettes e-cigarettes are a less harmful substitute. In a perfect world this may be true, but the research on how these products are actually used is scarce and some of it suggests that e-cigarettes aren’t being used as replacement products but instead are being used to simply supplement other tobacco use and to circumvent current no-smoking policies that have taken decades to achieve.
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