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    Posted on March 2nd, 2011 by Michel HoeElectronic cigarettes have been the center of a heated debate since they’ve started to grow in popularity. Whether it’s Big Tobacco not wanting serious competition or the FDA trying to discover the health risks of Electronic cigarettes, they’ve been the center of many debates (let’s not forget traditional tobacco cigarettes aren’t FDA approved and will never be).

FDA approved smoking cessation products are targeted at people wanting to treat their addiction to nicotine. This is where Electronic cigarettes differ. Electronic cigarettes are aimed at health concise adults that still want the positive effects of nicotine they receive while eliminating over 4,000 carcinogens, secondhand smoke, tar, and all the terrible things that go along with tobacco cigarettes and if Electronic cigarettes help users quit along the way, we say all the better!

One of the controversial topics surrounding electronic cigarettes is if they are safer to use of a tobacco cigarette.

Electronic cigarettes have been in this world for around seven years and in that seven years there have been no serious adverse reports. In fact, more than 90% of smokers who have switched from tobacco cigarettes to the best electronic cigarettes have claimed their health has, “improved dramatically!” since making the switch.

It should really come as no surprise that electronic cigarettes have helped a massive amount of people when you consider the fact that those smokers are no longer inhaling tar, carbon monoxide, particles of tobacco and paper ash, and the thousands of chemicals created by burning tobacco. In fact, electronic cigarettes contain non of the toxins found in smoke!

Dr. Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health published a review  in the December 2010 issue of the Journal of Public Health Policy stating, “A preponderance of the available evidence shows them to be much safer than tobacco cigarettes and comparable in toxicity to conventional nicotine replacement products.”

Both the Federal Disctrict Court and the U.S. Court Of Appeals told the FDA that they have failed to present any evidence that the electronic cigarette has harmed anyone.

To date, the FDA can not regulate the selling of electronic cigarettes. We consider this a major win for the best electronic cigarette companies!

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