Smoking and Vaping E-Cigarettes: Conjectures, Realities and Implications
International Journal of Technical Research and Applications
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It has been said that e-cigarettes are the new “evil weed” because they are being used by more young people now and they contain nicotine which entices people to smoke and perhaps get “hooked” on much stronger nicotine tobacco products. This article explores the realities and intense debate arising from the introduction and rapid growth of the e-cigarette. The authors examine the laws that apply, or could apply to ecigarettes. The implications of the emergence of e-cigarettes are discussed; and appropriate practical recommendations are offered to various stakeholders and groups affected by this product. The federal Food and Drug Administration in the United States in April of 2014 proposed certain basic rules regarding the regulation of this new product. These rules are not law yet. The authors strive to present in a fair and balanced manner several sides to this controversy in a rational and logical manner
Mujtaba, Bahaudin G. and Cavico, Frank J., "Smoking and Vaping E-Cigarettes: Conjectures, Realities and Implications" (2014). HCBE Faculty Articles. 493.