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But until the DOT puts an official ban on the books it plans to by mid-2014, Mosley says, e-cigarette users are coming up with their own rules, or leaving enforcement up to individual carriers. American Airlines’ non-smoking policy also prohibits the “activation” of e-cigarettes, but some European airlines may allow them.“They’re not banned on airplanes […]
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Medicine: Air Germicide – TIME. News to me: PG [propylene glycol, used for e-liquid] has a germicide property that helps keep lungs clear of infection.
This study indicates that some EC samples have cytotoxic properties on cultured cardiomyoblasts, associated with the production process and materials used in flavourings. However, all EC vapour extracts were significantly less cytotoxic compared to CS extract. via IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Comparison of the Cytotoxic Potential of Cigarette Smoke and Electronic Cigarette Vapour Extract […]
E-Cig Inventor Hon Lik Copes With Losing Control Of E-Cig Market | Ecig Advanced News.His patent is for the “cig-alikes” not the vaping “pens” with a tank and bottom coil…
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While the study cautioned that e-cigarette users are inhaling substantial quantities of propylene glycol and glycerin, it found that these chemicals are not considered dangerous and the levels are far below occupational exposure limits. It also found that the amounts of formaldehyde, acrolein, nitrosamines, metals and ethylene glycol found in the exhaled vapor were too […]
According to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health, e-cigarette vapor contains fewer toxicants than secondhand smoke. Data like this led Drexel University professor Igor Burstyn to conclude in a recent, comprehensive review that the vapor poses no threat. via Letters to the Editor.