Are e-cigarettes healthier?
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Electronic cigarettes gain popularity in our area
One 12 milliliter bottle, which costs $8.99 at the Paddock Mall kiosk, will last a one-pack-per-day light cigarette smoker about two weeks. The e-cigarette device itself can be reused. The consumer will also have to buy a replacement tank for $6.99 about once a month, depending on usage. In the end, a one-pack-per-day light cigarette smoker will spend about $25 per month vaporing, compared to about $150 per month smoking.
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“I try not to go ahead and smoke it indoors. I try to go ahead and treat it likeit’s still a regular cigarette,” Andy Schoenewe said. “I don’t want the people looking, but just to be courteous to others,” Katie Bush said. Smoking indoors may be a nice plus for electronic cigarette users, but Gill said the reason most people are turning toward this alternative is kick the habit. “The draw for me to start smoking electronic cigarettes was that my wife and I wanted to go ahead and quit smoking regular cigarettes,” Schoenewe said. “I think 100-percent this will definitely help me quit,” Bush said.
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