There is no question that E-Cigarettes are a safer alternative to regular cigarettes, but can they still be dangerous? It's not a question of the actual liquids inside the device, but the device itself. There are some reports, not many, that claim these electronic cigarettes have caught fire or have blown up. One such case occurred on Tuesday night at St. Luke's Hospital in New Hartford.
Every year since 1976, the third Thursday in November marks the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout, a day when smokers are encouraged to quit for the day and make a plan to quit for good.
Things are becoming tougher and tougher for smokers not only in this country, but around the world. Understandably, many groups against tobacco and tobacco use are doing all they can to limit the freedoms of people who smoke. One of the recent issues that has been raised is smoking in vehicles, especially with minors as passengers.