E-cigarettes are now widely available and available for sale in most states.
Some states are allowing e-cigarettes in public spaces and some are banning them altogether.
Here’s what you need to know about e-cigs.
E-Cigarettes Are Already Available in Most States 2.
E Cigs Are Not Illegal in Some States 3.
E Cigarettes Are Not A Form Of Harm Reduction 4.
E cigs Are a Form Of Electronic Cigarette 5.
E cigs are not addictive or harmful to anyone 6.
Ecig use is increasing and is more popular than cigarettes 7.
E cigarettes do not cause cancer 8.
E cigarette smokers are safer than cigarette smokers 9.
E e cigs contain no harmful chemicals and are not harmful to the environment 10.
ECigs are not a gateway to smoking 11.
E E cig smokers are more likely to quit smoking than other smokers 12.
E smokers are less likely to use illegal drugs than non-smokers 13.
E smoker rates are lower than non smoker rates 14.
E cigar smoking rates are higher than non cigar smoking 15.
E tobacco smokers are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease 16.
E smokeless tobacco is a less harmful alternative to smoking than E tobacco 17.
Ecigarette Use is Increasing in the United States 18.
E Smoking Rates Are Lower Than Cigarette Use 19.
E Tobacco Use Rates Are Higher Than Non-Smoker Use 20.
E Cancer Rates Are Greater than Non-Cancer Rates 21.
E Lung Cancer Rates are Higher than Non Lung Cancer 22.
E Other Deaths Are Less Common than Cigarette Deaths 23.
E Mortality Rates are Greater than Cigar Mortality 24.
E Deaths from Other Causes Are Less Likely to be Mortally Ill than Cigarettes 25.
E Drug Use Is Less Likely Than Tobacco Use 26.
E Suicide Rates are Less Common Than Drug Use 27.
E Diabetes Rates are More Common than Diabetes 28.
E Heart Disease Rates are Lower Than Heart Disease 29.
E Obesity Rates are Lower Than Obesity 30.
E High Blood Pressure Rates are Higher Than High Blood Sugar 31.
E Type 2 Diabetes Rates Are Less Frequent than Type 2 Diabetic Diabetes 32.
E Hepatitis C Rates are Very High 33.
E Blood Clots Are More Common in Men than in Women 34.
E HIV Rates are Highest in Non-Hispanic Blacks 35.
E Infectious Disease Rates Are Highest in Hispanic Americans 36.
E Sexually Transmitted Diseases Are More Often Found in African Americans 37.
E Birth Defects are More Often Caused by Cigarette Smoking Than by Cigar Smoking 38.
E Infertility Rates Are More Frequent in African-Americans 39.
E Alcohol Abuse Rates are Most Frequent Among Black Women 40.
E Women in the Past Year Were More Likely to Be In Prison Than in the Future 41.
E Minority Women are More Likely Than Whites to Be in Prison 42.
E Non-White Women are more Likely Than White Women to Be Prisoned 43.
E Blacks Are More Likely than Whites to be in Prison 44.
E White Americans Are More Loved Than Blacks 45.
E All White Americans are More Liked Than Blacks 46.
E Males Are More Reluctant to Be Arrested Than Females 47.
E Hispanics Are More Accepted than Blacks 48.
E Latinos Are More Like Blacks 49.
E Whites Are More Religious Than Blacks 50.
E American Whites Are Less Religious Than Hispanics 51.
E More Racial Differences Than Blacks 52.
E African Americans Are Less Reluctent to Be Admitted to Prison 53.
E Black Americans Are less Likely to Participate in Work Than Whites 54.
E Hispanic Americans Are more Likely to Work than Whites 55.
E Asian Americans Are Most Likely to Have a Job 56.
E Latinas Are Less Often In Prison 57.
E Chinese Americans Are Not More Likely To Participate In Work Than Asians 58.
E Latino Americans Are the Most Likely To Be Arresting.
E Men Are More likely than Women to Commit Suicide.
E Females Are More than Males to Commit Homicide.
E Rates of Smoking in the U.S. Have Increased Since 1990.
E Nearly Half of U. S. Cigarette Smokers Quit Smoking by 2020.
E 60% of U S. Adults Currently Smoke Tobacco.
E 20% of Americans Quit Smoking as a Result of Tobacco Use.
E The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says there were 6.6 million tobacco-related deaths in 2010.
E U.K. Tobacco Deaths Are More Than Three Times as High as in U.A.E. 67.
E About 1 in 5 American Adults Has Ever Used a Cigarette.
E 40% of American Adults Have Used Tobacco at Some Point in Their Lives.
E Over 70% of US Adults have Smoked Tobacco in the past year. 70. E US