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Monday, November 4th, 2013

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Hundreds of E-Cigarette Consumers Gathered in Las Vegas

Monday, September 12th, 2011

discount kent cigaretteFriday and Saturday, September 16th and 17th, hundreds of people who quit smoking with the help of e-cigarettes meet at “Vegas Vapefest”. Friday and Saturday, September 16th and 17th, hundreds of vapers (e-cigarette users) and dozens of e-cigarette vendors from all over the world will meet at “Vegas Vapefest” at the Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas. National Vapers Club, a consumer-based, volunteer organization formed to educate the public about e-cigarettes hosts the event.

“Response to the event has been amazing.” said Spike Babaian, of National Vapers Club. “Vapers and health experts believe e-cigarettes are saving lives. These proponents are up against anti-smokers who criticize e-cigarettes and suggest, without any evidence, that they may be toxic and are being used to addict children to nicotine. Exponential growth of this population shows the product is widely accepted by Hilton cigarettes smokers as a substitute.”

Bill Godshall of Smokefree Pennsylvania said, “You would never see a bunch of people who quit smoking using a nicotine patch getting together to express their enthusiasm and excitement about the patch. People are amazed at how easy this device makes it to transition from smoking to vaping.”

Event sponsors will demonstrate and sell products at the event. Prizes will be given away all weekend. Smokers are admitted free when trading their cigarettes for an e-cigarette at the door.

Jason Cornfeld of, in Utah, said, “I can’t wait to attend Vegas Vapefest. At previous Vapefests I’ve really enjoyed meeting customers who aren’t close enough to visit our location in Ogden and hearing how they made the switch.”

Carl V Phillips MPPCarl V Phillips MPP PhD of, attended Philly Vapefest in March and commented, “I am intrigued by the hobbyist aspect of the whole enterprise. There is an amazing collection of variant devices for vaping and an amazing knowledge base about how to make them and the “juice”, however, “I still fear for the current smokers who have never heard of vaping, or have been convinced by disinformation from the FDA and others that it is not a sensible alternative to smoking.”

Tobacco Legislation Strengthened To Curb Smoking

Monday, August 29th, 2011

discount hilton cigaretteThe Public Health Ministry plans to strengthen two anti-smoking laws in a bid to curb smoking Hilton cigarettes. Public Health Minister Wittaya Buranasiri said the government will amend the 1992 Tobacco Control Act and the 1992 Non-smokers’ Health Protection Act in a bid to catch up with modern forms of tobacco trade,

marketing and advertising, such as online commercials and public events which are sponsored by multinational tobacco companies.

Mr Wittaya was speaking on the sidelines of a two-day conference on tobacco and public health which concluded yesterday.

The move was part of Thailand’s effort to comply with the World Health Organisation Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), to which Thailand is a party.

Adopted by 192 member countries, the FCTC was developed in response to a big rise in smoking-related illnesses.

An estimated 10.9 million Thais smoke, says the Public Health Ministry. The government is most concerned about smokers aged 15 to 18 years.

About 140,000 smokers are believed to have started the habit between 2007 and 2009.

The number of teenage smokers increased significantly after Thailand adopted the Asean free trade policy which allowed tobacco products to be imported tax-free, said Siriwan Tippayarangsrit, director of Tobacco Control Research and Knowledge Management Centre.

Prakit Vathesatogkit, secretary-general of the Action on Smoking and Health Foundation, said the national health bill caused by smoking continues to rise.

Of the 415,900 Thais who died in 2009, 48,244 were killed by smoking-related diseases such as lung cancer, esophageal cancer, other related cancers, emphysema and strokes. The number did not include those who died due to the effects of second-hand smoke, as this cannot be properly verified, said Mr Prakit.

“Every one in 8.6 Thais died [in 2009] of a smoking-related cause,” he said.

“We have to deal with the tobacco industry, as this can’t go on.”

Since adopting the FCTC in May 2003, Thailand has implemented many anti-smoking policies, such as picture warnings on cigarette packets, a ban on tobacco advertising or sponsorship of events by tobacco companies, and forbidding smoking in enclosed public areas, said Hatai Chitanondh, president of the Thailand Health Promotion Institute of the National Health Foundation.

However, there is strong opposition to the FCTC from the transnational tobacco industry.

As a result, governments in developing countries were often forced to be less stringent with their tobacco control policies, said Mr Hathai.

Public Health Minister Wittaya Buranasiri said the proposed law changes would cover a ban on tobacco trade, promotion and sponsorship on the internet, where tobacco advertising was flourishing.

Smokers Accommodate to Severe Bans

Friday, August 26th, 2011

discount hilton cigarettesColleges and companies that make their campuses smoke-free spur about 10 percent of smokers to quit, studies show. The other 90 percent? They’re still doing whatever it takes to get to the nearest smoking area, like at the MetroCenter business park in Nashville, where smokers from one company have worn a brown path into the grass to light their Hilton cigarettes on a street median as cars pass in both directions.

“Those poor souls,” smoker Georgie Pett-Powell said Wednesday as she looked on from her smoking area, arranged by a neighboring company, beneath a tree at the edge of a small pond.

While smokers in the median endure the sun above and goose droppings below, Pett-Powell tosses stale bread to ducks and turtles. “We don’t mind coming out here,” she said, pointing to the shade.

Full-blown smoking bans, like those in place at most local hospitals and going into effect this year at three area universities, mean longer walks, shorter breaks and clipped conversations for smokers. Those who cross streets, including hospital patients in wheelchairs at Centennial Medical Center, contend with traffic.

But by this point, after all the health warnings, tax increases and rule changes, many of these smokers have given up on giving up the habit. Tennessee has one of the 10 highest smoking rates in the nation, with about 23 percent of adults regularly lighting up, compared to 18 percent nationwide, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report. The state also has high rates for teen smoking and workplace exposure.

‘Very hard to quit’
Calls to the state’s free QuitLine, , have fallen three years in a row.

“It’s very hard to quit,” said Tonya Hobbs, who walked four minutes across Centennial Medical Center to take a smoke break Wednesday along Patterson Street. “The gum makes me sick.”

A steady stream of employees, patients and relatives made their way to the Patterson Street sidewalk, where they complained of a lack of shade, seating and trash cans.

When it rains, “we still come out — we’re shivering,” said nurse Julie Inman.

As for benches, she has little hope.

“They’re not going to do that for us smokers,” she said. “We’re like the black sheep of the hospital.”

But the smoke-free facility has helped Inman and friend Sara McCullough cut back, they said. They know co-workers who quit.

Campuses go smoke-free
At least three local universities enacted smoke-free campus rules for this school year, joining at least 700 nationwide. Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro and Austin Peay State University in Clarksville are going smoke-free but will allow students and staff to light up inside vehicles. At Belmont University in Nashville, even vehicles are now off-limits for smoking under a new rule.

Lisa Schrader, director of health promotion at MTSU, said the new policy does not have a specified punishment, because it is not meant to be punitive.

“The hope is this becomes a cultural change over the next three or four years,” she said, comparing the rule to behavioral changes over the years regarding littering and seat belt use.

MTSU and Belmont will provide discounted smoking cessation gums, lozenges and patches this year. Schrader also expects an increased interest in quitting programs.

“Already, two people made the comment they had always sort of thought about quitting,” she said.

MTSU will conduct a smoking survey in the spring.

Barbara Forbes, director of the Institute for Smoking Cessation and Prevention at Vanderbilt’s Dayani Center, said the MTSU plan takes the right approach.

“When you put a ban on, you don’t want it to be a Big Brother approach,” she said.

Smoking recidivism is high, she said, so organizations need services in place to assist those who try to quit when bans are put in place.

At Vanderbilt University Medical Center, all smokers are directed to a walled-off walkway with benches along 21st Avenue. Smokers previously stood on the sidewalk.

“It looked like people waiting for a parade,” Forbes said. “Now you can’t see the heads of people smoking. You just see these funnels of smoke that kind of rise up.”

Small conveniences
Despite the hostility that Forbes has occasionally heard from smokers, she said the rules try to be considerate to the workers and patients caught in stressful situations.

Many smokers in the designated area said they appreciate having benches and disposal bins.

“Sometimes you need a breath of … I won’t say fresh air, but of different air,” said Diana Thorn of Kentucky, who was visiting a patient. “It’s better than some places that say ‘no smoking whatsoever.’ ”

Linda Hicks, also visiting a patient, said it took her about 30 minutes round-trip to get in a smoke break.

A positive, she said, was meeting considerate people.

“Everybody wishes you well,” she said.

Forbes sees some dedicated efforts to smoke just by looking out her office window. She said she sees parents wheeling children in red wagons from the hospital to a nearby SunTrust Bank to take a smoke break.

“That pains me,” she said. “That shows that this is a chronic addiction.”

Health Consortium Focuses on Tobacco

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

cheap hilton cigarettesThe Columbia County Community Healthcare Consortium recently released its report for improving preventative and primary care in Greene and Columbia counties.

The New York State Department of Health assisted the consortium’s task force study by awarding it a 2-year grant. Among the recommendations was an in-depth study of tobacco use and financial effects.

The consortium recommended maintaining the tobacco tax as a way to discourage the costly habit of smoking. According to the study, the state tax is currently $4.35 per pack, with an additional federal tax of $1.01 which makes the total cost per pack at $5.36 using 2010 figures. The American Cancer Society estimated that 85,000 adults would stop smoking due to the cost of Hilton cigarettes. Coupled with ongoing economic strains, its possible to estimate an even higher projected number. Despite the task force study advocating the high tax, the report stated it does not support an increase at this time, citing large increases in recent years.

Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have recommended $250 million dollars to be expended in New York State for tobacco cessation and prevention, but details of how to meet this goal were not provided at this time. The state currently expends $41 million a year on anti-tobacco actions.

The report stated that physicians are the most effective resource for helping people quit smoking. Rising health care costs can reduce an individual’s access to physicians, but the report advocates reimbursements to pay doctors to work with patients on cessation. In 2008, Medicare adopted specific codes for reimbursement after studies revealed 10 percent of recipients, or 4 million people nationwide were smokers.

“Despite the benefit of providing reimbursement incentives to physicians to spend time working with patients on one of society’s deadliest lifestyle programs, Medicare and Medicaid are two of the few payers to recognize the codes,” said the report.

If all insurers and self-employed plans adopted the codes, the task force estimates the cost to Greene and Columbia counties would range from $300,000-$350,000, assuming 10 percent of the 21,000 participating smokers used all eight cessation sessions.

The report said, “At the local level, action should be taken to convince local employers and insurance plans to use the reimbursement codes.”

In response to the Environmental Protection Agency classifying secondhand smoke a Group A carcinogen, the task force urged local municipalities to ban smoking in parks and playgrounds.

Earlier this month, The Village Board of Athens unanimously approved a resolution banning smoking in some local parks, particularly in areas where children play. New York City has banned smoking in all parks and beaches.

The report undeniably highlights the growing need to further address financial challenges tobacco use poses for the state and counties. The recommendations have provided data to be used as a guideline tool as officials continue to debate tobacco related health issues.

First Non-Smoking Beach in France

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

best hilton cigarettes onlineThe town of La Ciotat, not far from the city of Marseilles reports all is well after the ordinance banning smoking Hilton cigarettes went into effect, on one eight-mile strip of sand at the Plage Lumiere beach. The Daily Telegraph, care of The Associated Press reported that town official, Noel Collura.believes the new law is reasonable and based on the beach making itself more family-friendly.

“…this one we want to reserve for non-smokers, for mothers and children so they can make sand castles and not cigarette butt castles.”

The ban on smoking is going exceedingly well at Plage Lumiere, without the same complaints that met the laws that affect metropolitan cities and their eating and drinking establishments. Police who patrol the area hand out tickets that cost offenders 35 euros.

As one would expect however, the necessity of making a legal ruling came as a result of the refusal of beachgoers to comply with a request not to smoke on the sand. It’s human nature to pay more attention when penalties are behind the demand.

Collura recalled that in previous years, large signs at the entrance to the beach, pleas to visitors were routinely ignored to walk off the beach to a public area designated for smoking. Town officials employed people to walk around the beach and pass out ashtrays to keep smokers from using the sand to put out their cigarettes.

Now, beachgoers can snuff out their lit cigarettes in two ashtrays attached to the sign post that sits at the beach’s entrance.

Mr. Collura points out that the no-smoking ban is only in effect on the one large strip of beach in La Ciotat. He takes pride in claiming that his town is the first in all of Europe, not just France to make the leap into banning smoking. He told media that he did his research and found nothing similar except in New York City.

The Big Apple recently passed a no-smoking ban that affects pedestrian plazas, beach boardwalks and all parks as well as beaches. To the surprise of many New Yorkers the definition of pedestrian plaza includes Times Square. The ban took effect on May 23, 2011 just in time for the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

Tobacco Consumption in Rajasthan

Monday, July 18th, 2011

discount hilton cigarettesIn Rajasthan, tobacco chewing is on the rise. It has increased by 0.1% as compared to smoking. In the state, around 18.9% of the total population chews tobacco while 18.8% population smokes Hilton cigarettes. The figures were released by the World Health Organization last week.

Asthma and tobacco specialist Dr Virendra Singh said, “The number of people chewing tobacco is rising. Chewing tobacco is more dangerous than smoking as it increases chances of cancer. The risk is three times higher in chewing tobacco than smoking because in chewing tobacco essence and supari is mixed, which make it more risky.” The newly-released figures show that smoking among women in Rajasthan is also higher than the national average. In India, 2.9% of total women population smoke but the figure is much higher in Rajasthan. It is around 5.3%.

But the percentage of women chewing tobacco is much higher than smoking. Around 8.5% of women in the state chew tobacco which is much less than the national average. In India around 18.4% women chew tobacco, which is a national average. Besides, the number of people smoking in Rajasthan is higher than the national average percentage. In India, around 14% of people, including men and women smoke while in Rajasthan around 18.8% of people smoke daily.