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E cigarettes Are Catching Fire

Electronic cigarette flavors are catching fire

Electronic cigarette flavors are catching fire

Johnson Creek " Christian Berkey was a nearly two-pack-a-day smoker when he heard about electronic cigarettes, a device that vaporizes a solution of water, nicotine and flavoring without the smoke and the combustion. Berkey went on the Internet and ...

E-cigarettes are catching fire

E-cigarettes are catching fire

DES MOINES " Light up a cigarette in an Iowa restaurant, office or even the Capitol rotunda and, at best, you’ll be told to put it out. You could get slapped with a fine. Fire up an electronic cigarette in any of those places, and there’s no problem.

NY hospital wrongfully bans electronic cigarettes after patient catches fire

NY hospital wrongfully bans electronic cigarettes after patient catches fire

Although there is no proof that the electronic cigarette was the cause of the hospital patient catching fire, Dr. Sandra Sulik, the hospital's vice president of medical affairs, is convinced an e-cigarette sparked the fire. "There's no doubt about it," she ...

No smoke, but lots of fire! Another e-cigarette explosion smolders home as officials warn you don't need to 'light up' to be in danger

No smoke, but lots of fire! Another e-cigarette explosion smolders home as officials warn you don't need to 'light up' to be in dangerDaily Mail

No smoke, but lots of fire! Another e-cigarette explosion smolders home as officials warn you don't need to 'light up' to be in danger

And they're meant to be safer. The latest in a spate of e-cigarette explosions have health and fire officials warning 'vapers' - as e-smokers have come to be known - that 'healthier' alternatives to smoking are far from danger-free. Firefighters in the ...

E-Cigarettes May Not Have Tobacco, But Still Pose Risks

E-Cigarettes May Not Have Tobacco, But Still Pose RisksKQED

E-Cigarettes May Not Have Tobacco, But Still Pose Risks

Instead, e-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that heat liquid nicotine and turn it into vapor. Electronic cigarettes are catching fire, especially with young people, because they offer the experience of smoking, without burning tobacco. The FDA has ...

E-Cigarettes: Safe Alternative To Smoking Or Gateway To Nicotine Addiction?

E-Cigarettes: Safe Alternative To Smoking Or Gateway To Nicotine Addiction?

Content can be viewed at actual source page: http://youtu.be/dtfiH7ud6Yk Electronic cigarettes are catching fire nationwide. Aired 12/5/13 on KPBS News. E-cigarettes are touted as a harmless, high-tech alternative to cigarettes. But critics say they're an ...

Action 9 investigates electronic cigarette charger fires

Action 9 investigates electronic cigarette charger fires

E-cigarettes heat liquid nicotine to create vapor that is inhaled. They're sold as safe, but there are many reports online of batteries overheating and catching fire. On YouTube, a small explosion can be seen right in front of a bartender’s face at a ...

E Cigarettes Offer Less Fire Hazard, Less Pollution

E Cigarettes Offer Less Fire Hazard, Less Pollution

April 27 /PRNewswire/ " E Cigarettes are catching on in popularity in the United States ... and you’re not constantly having to worry about accidentally setting fire to something.” The number of fatal house fires in the United States caused by ...

E-cigarettes In Jails Catching On

E-cigarettes In Jails Catching OnMy Stateline

E-cigarettes In Jails Catching On

Most jails have a smoking ban. Law enforcement says it's a fire hazard, but technology could change that. Two southern Illinois counties are now letting inmates buy and smoke e-cigarettes. They produce a vapor instead of a cloud of smoke. The jail ...

Are E-cigarettes a Safe Alternative to Tobacco Smoke?

Are E-cigarettes a Safe Alternative to Tobacco Smoke?Decoded Science

Are E-cigarettes a Safe Alternative to Tobacco Smoke?

Electronic cigarettes are becoming popular among American smokers ... the e-cigarette caught on fire and shot metal pieces onto her lap, catching her dress on fire. The woman got second degree burns on the back of her upper thighs and on the lower buttocks.

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