e cig is an increasingly popular alternative to smoking tobacco cigarettes.
With e cig manufacturers using high quality, highly portable devices, they have come to the attention of governments and health authorities around the world, with the goal of reducing harm from smoking and cigarette use.
Now, e cig users may have a chance to start paying more attention to the health consequences of using the devices.
The National Tobacco Control Strategy 2015 released in July 2015, which outlines the Government’s priorities for the e cig industry, has also set a goal of having an electronic cigarette on the market by 2025.
While the goal is not set in stone, many experts believe that the technology may have already started to take off in the US and Europe, with e cig sales expected to be more than double the US sales of tobacco cigarettes over the next two years.
What are e cig?
e cig stands for electronic cigarette, and are devices that can be used to smoke tobacco.
The e cig features a rechargeable battery, which can be plugged into the user’s device, or taken from the user in the form of a disposable tube, which is then easily discarded.
A user can choose between different flavors of tobacco, including menthol and menthol e juice, which have been described as being a healthier alternative to cigarettes.
In the US, e cigarette sales have been increasing rapidly in the last year, with sales up from just under $30 million in 2014 to nearly $400 million in 2015.
The biggest growth has been in the UK, where sales of e cig have tripled since 2014, from around $100 million in 2013 to over $1.6 billion in 2015, according to the UK Tobacco Products Regulatory Authority.
The UK’s e cig has been linked to numerous health issues, including lung cancer, and deaths, which has led the country’s tobacco companies to create regulations to ban the sale of e cigarettes.
However, there is some hope that the industry may be on the right track.
e cig devices are designed to be easily portable, and can be stored in a variety of ways, such as an e cigarette bag or in a pocket.
The battery is usually placed inside the user, which means that they don’t need to carry around a charger or charger cable.
The device is also designed to keep the user from being exposed to harmful chemicals, such, formaldehyde and tar, which are often found in e cig batteries.
In addition, the devices are also designed with a screen to help keep the device dry, and to help prevent the battery from being punctured.
The devices are widely available to buy online, with a large number of retailers selling them, with some having the ability to accept credit cards.
e cigarette industry is not immune from the issue of tobacco smoking, with research suggesting that the use of e cigarette could lead to up to 50% of smokers quitting, according the UK Government’s Tobacco Products Agency.
It also reports that about 25% of people who smoke cigarettes regularly have quit or are currently abstaining.
In 2016, the Government announced that e cig technology would be made available to tobacco companies, allowing them to sell the devices to anyone who wanted to.
However the process will still need to be reviewed by the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), who will have to approve the use.
Are e cig’s health effects more than just smokeless tobacco?
The health impacts of using e cig are far from completely clear, with scientists reporting that they are linked to many other health problems.
For example, researchers have found that e cigarettes are more likely to cause bronchiolitis, a lung disease that causes inflammation of the airways, as well as cancer and respiratory infections, according a recent study.
There is also a higher chance of developing lung cancer if you use e cig, according research by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The risks of e smoking can also be increased if the battery is not cleaned regularly, as is common with most e cig products, and as the device can lose its charge, according health experts.
Are there any restrictions around e cig use?
Currently, the UK does not have any specific legislation prohibiting the sale or possession of e smokeless, or tobacco-free cigarettes.
There are also no restrictions on the use, or sale of the e cigarette products.
However there are a number of restrictions around their use.
The EU, which includes the UK and the US as members, has a ban on e cig smoking.
While this has been used to regulate e cig manufacturing and marketing, it has not been used in relation to e cigarettes since it was introduced in 2015 to prevent people from being addicted to smoking.
It is possible to buy e cig from online retailers in the EU, but it is difficult to find a dealer willing to sell e cig.
The US is the only country that allows the sale and purchase of e-cigarettes, but