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Although profits for businesses of their choice obviously override any real health concerns in the minds many powerful lawmakers, it has fortunately been established that cigarette warning labels have an impact on quitting.
There has been efforts by marketers to make e-cigarettes appear to be the final solution to the cigarette smoking problem. This is deceptive because it appears e-cigarettes are not exactly devoid of the potential to cause health problems. This becomes of even more concern when we consider that e-cigarette marketers have been spending more and more resources on targeting young people who may be particularly vulnerable to any deleterious effects of this product.
E-cigarette users who enjoy the luxury of filling their e-cigarettes with a wide range of flavored liquid nicotine products - referred to as E-juice - argue against some proposed legislation that is based on fears of the safety of e-cigarette e-juice, whether it will make smokers out of children, and whether it is truly better than nicotine patches for quitting smoking.
Recent news reports tell us that Wales could very well become the first in the United Kingdom to extend the ban on smoking in public places to include the controversial electronic cigarettes - also known as e-cigarettes. According to information from a special report by Consumer Reports on Health, such a ban may be warranted in light of lack of any proof demonstrating that e-cigarettes are truly safe and may be harmful not only to smokers, but people exposed to e-cigarette secondhand vapor as well.
Smoking is beyond a doubt a deadly practice. The association between smoking and lung cancer, other serious pulmonary problems and heart disease is conclusive. New research has shown that passive smoking is also dangerous. This raises deep concerns about the exposure of young children to cigarette smoke from their parents and others.