With e-cigarettes, where vapors rise, so does debate


A Polish study released in March found toxins such as formaldehyde and lead at far lower levels than those in cigarette smoke. Jan Parcel of Cupertino spoke against Corbett’s bill during a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee. She’s a vaper and a volunteer with the Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association, or CASAA, a nonprofit group that claims more than 4,000 members nationwide. In response to a 2011 FDA study that found nicotine in secondhand vapor, Parcel said that chili peppers and tomatoes contain some nicotine, too. What about other toxic chemicals?
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Electronic Cigarettes: The Way to Quit Smoking

“The thing that we tell people is we will save you a ton of money and throw in saving your life for free,” said Trant Bullard, owner of True Vapor. These e-cigs are flying off the shelves. “They have become very popular a lot of people are changing to them because of the expense of cigarettes and some are also changing because of the health issues with cigarettes electronic cigarettes are a lot healthier for you,” said Ashley Moore, manager of Tobacco Shop.
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