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E-Cigarettes:
The End of Smoking?
By Ted Cooper        
February 22, 2014   
    
With the U.S. smoking rate in a nosedive, the nation's three largest tobacco companies -- Altria (NYSE: MO  ) , Reynolds American (NYSE: RAI  ) , and Lorillard (NYSE: LO  tobacco groups, activists have helped lower the U.S. smoking rate from 32% in the 1980s to 18.1% in 2012. However, new measures must be found and implemented in order to drop the rate to zero.Americans have a strong sense of their right to do to themselves what they please, even when it involves activities they would be better off avoiding. Just look at the push for marijuana legalization, which is starting to sweep across the nation on a state-by-state basis. Except in certain medical contexts, Americans would be better off not smoking marijuana.
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However, public sentiment is starting to sway in favor of individual rights. This is all the more evidence that anti-tobacco activists need to find a solution other than the heavy hand of government to put an end to the smoking epidemic.E-cigarettes: Less harmful, less expensive, more profitable

 Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, may be the answer to everyone's problems. Altria, Reynolds American, and Lorillard are each making a push into the nascent category, while even do-gooder health advocates who are waging open war on the tobacco companies have opened up to the possibility of e-cigarettes replacing traditional cigarettes.Jonathan Foulds, a tobacco addiction researcher at Penn State, says "e-cigarettes are at least 90% less harmful" than traditional cigarettes. He notes that most of the chemicals that smokers inhale are the result of burning tobacco.

E-cigarettes neither contain tobacco nor produce smoke. Instead, users inhale vaporized nicotine; the vapor contains significantly fewer harmful chemicals than cigarette smoke.Foulds concludes that "any cigarette replaced by [an e-cigarette] is probably a step in the right direction."Andy Schamisso is a perfect example of how nicotine addicts can quit smoking cigarettes and start using less-harmful e-cigarettes. Schamisso used to smoke a pack of cigarettes every day, but he completely switched to the e-cigarette in one week.

He likes IT because it looks like a real cigarette and because it "[gives] me an appropriate smoky, semi-harsh hit at the back of my throat" that is similar to that of a real cigarette. Schamisso says it was ideal for helping him quit smoking because it offered him a nicotine hit whenever he needed it. "A key aspect for me was the security I felt having it in my pocket, knowing if something -- stress or whatever -- was hitting me, I could reach in my pocket, pull it out, and have a drag," he says.

In addition, Schamisso spends far less money on e-cigarettes than he used to spend on traditional cigarettes. He used to spend $70 per week to smoke a pack of cigarettes each day, but he now spends about $15 per week on e-cigarettes.












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