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Objective: This study examined the effect of online comments on smokers' attitude toward trying e-cigarettes. It also explored the effect of an unobtrusive forewarning in increasing smokers' resistance to online review fraud.




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Results: Smokers who read supportive (M = 5.28, SD = 1.37), oppositional (M = 4.96, SD = 1.53), and no comment (M = 5.44, SD = 1.20) showed significant difference on their e-cigarettes attitude, p = .004. When the comment climate was overly in favor of e-cigarettes, warning smokers of review fraud could raise their awareness of comment deception, increase defensive processing, decrease their social identification with commenters, and eventually lower their interest in trying e-cigarettes.


Introduction: E-cigarette devices and their component parts are continuously evolving. Little is known about the product design features that may increase the appeal of e-cigarette use, ultimately affecting continuation of use. Product reviews have been described as useful in helping to forecast the popularity of products, and online reviews have become an important channel of product information. This study analyzed e-cigarette product reviews to attempt to arrive at a greater understanding of the features of e-cigarette products that may make them appealing to current users.


Vaping devices are battery-operated devices that people use to inhale an aerosol, which typically contains nicotine (though not always), flavorings, and other chemicals. They can resemble traditional tobacco cigarettes (cig-a-likes), cigars, or pipes, or even everyday items like pens or USB memory sticks. Other devices, such as those with fillable tanks, may look different. Regardless of their design and appearance, these devices generally operate in a similar manner and are made of similar components. More than 460 different e-cigarette brands are currently on the market.1


Under U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations designed to protect the health of young Americans, minors can no longer buy e-cigarettes in stores or online (see "Government Regulation of E-cigarettes"). The FDA now regulates the manufacture, import, packaging, labeling, advertising, promotion, sale, and distribution of e-cigarettes. This includes components and parts of e-cigarettes but excludes accessories.8


In 2016, the FDA established a rule for e-cigarettes and their liquid solutions. Because e-cigarettes contain nicotine derived from tobacco, they are now subject to government regulation as tobacco products. In December 2019, the federal government raised the legal minimum age of sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21 years, and in January 2020, the FDA issued a policy on the sale of flavored vaping cartridges.


The teen years are critical for brain development, which continues into young adulthood. Young people who use nicotine products in any form, including e-cigarettes, are uniquely at risk for long-lasting effects. Because nicotine affects the development of the brain's reward system, continued nicotine vaping can not only lead to nicotine addiction, but it also can make other drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamine more pleasurable to a teen's developing brain.12


Some people believe e-cigarettes may help lower nicotine cravings in those who are trying to quit smoking. However, e-cigarettes are not an FDA-approved quit aid, and there is no conclusive scientific evidence on the effectiveness of vaping for long-term smoking cessation. It should be noted that there are seven FDA-approved quit aids that are proven safe and can be effective when used as directed.


Vaping nicotine has not been thoroughly evaluated in scientific studies. For now, not enough data exists on the safety of e-cigarettes, how the health effects compare to traditional cigarettes, and if they are helpful for people trying to quit smoking.


An expert independent evidence review published today by Public Health England (PHE) concludes that e-cigarettes are significantly less harmful to health than tobacco and have the potential to help smokers quit smoking.


The comprehensive review of the evidence finds that almost all of the 2.6 million adults using e-cigarettes in Great Britain are current or ex-smokers, most of whom are using the devices to help them quit smoking or to prevent them going back to cigarettes. It also provides reassurance that very few adults and young people who have never smoked are becoming regular e-cigarette users (less than 1% in each group).


Despite making great strides to reduce smoking, tobacco is still our biggest killer. Our region has always kept an open mind towards using electronic cigarettes as we can see the massive potential health benefits from switching.


the best thing smokers can do for their health is to quit smoking completely and to quit for good. PHE is committed to ensure that smokers have a range of evidence-based, effective tools to help them to quit. We encourage smokers who want to use e-cigarettes as an aid to quit smoking to seek the support of local stop smoking services


the latest evidence will be considered in the development of the next Tobacco Control Plan for England with a view to maximising the potential of e-cigarettes as a route out of smoking and minimising the risk of their acting as a route into smoking


From October this year it will be an offence to sell e-cigarettes to anyone under the age of 18 or to buy e-cigarettes for them. The government is consulting on a comprehensive array of regulations under the European Tobacco Products Directive.


In accordance with the California Cigarette and Tobacco Products Licensing Act of 2003 (Act), every retailer who sells or will sell cigarettes or tobacco products in California is required to obtain a cigarette and tobacco retailer's license from the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) and renew it annually. This licensing requirement is in addition to other permits and licenses that may be required depending on your business operations. A valid cigarette and tobacco retailer's license is required before you begin making sales of cigarettes and tobacco products in California.


Examples include, but are not limited to, electronic cigarettes, atomizers, vaping tanks or mods, and eLiquid or eJuice. A tobacco product does not include a product that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved as a cessation product or for other therapeutic purposes (e.g., nicotine patches).


Every cigarette and tobacco products retailer that sells cigarettes or tobacco products, which include, any product containing, made, or derived from nicotine that is intended for human consumption; any electronic smoking or vaping device that delivers nicotine or other vaporized liquids; or any component, part, or accessory of a tobacco product, whether or not sold separately, must apply for and obtain a cigarette and tobacco products retailer's license prior to making retail sales. All new applications must be submitted with a license fee payment for each retail location. Each retail location must have a separate license for that location. A cigarette and tobacco retail license is valid for a 12-month period, is not assignable or transferable, and must be renewed annually. If you add another retail location, your license will be renewed for that location based on a 12-month period. This 12-month period would begin in the month you obtained your license for your first retail location. See our rates page for the current license fee amount.


Beginning January 1, 2017, you will be required to pay an annual renewal fee for each retail location (Business and Professions Code sections 22972 (d), 22973 (e), and 22973.3 (e)). If you fail to renew your license(s) timely, your license(s) will expire. Please remember that you may not sell cigarettes or tobacco products, including, any product containing, made, or derived from nicotine that is intended for human consumption; any electronic smoking or vaping device that delivers nicotine or other vaporized liquids; or any component, part, or accessory of a tobacco product, whether or not sold separately, without a valid Cigarette and Tobacco Products Retailer License.


The law also adds recordkeeping requirements and other provisions related to your purchase of cigarettes and tobacco products. Your cigarette and tobacco product purchase invoices must meet certain legal requirements.


Cigarette and tobacco products retailers should also be aware that it is illegal to sell cigarettes and roll-your-own products that are not listed on the Attorney General's California Tobacco Directory. Please remember to refer to the California Tobacco Directory for a list of manufacturers and brand families that are certified as being in compliance with California law. Please refer to the Attorney General's Directory. This requirement does not apply to products that were recently added to the definition of a tobacco product for licensing purposes such as electronic cigarettes, atomizers, vaping tanks or mods and eLiquid or eJuice.


You must maintain accurate and complete records, including purchase invoices. Failure to do so is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed five thousand dollars ($5,000), or imprisonment not to exceed one year in a county jail, or both. This requirement does not apply to products such as electronic cigarettes, atomizer, vaping tanks or mods and eLiquid or eJuice.


As a cigarette and tobacco products retailer, it is illegal for you to purchase cigarettes from a manufacturer, importer, distributor, wholesaler, or any other person who is not licensed pursuant to this Act, or whose license has been suspended or revoked. Doing so could result in suspension or revocation of your license, fines, seizure of the products, and/or imprisonment. If a retailer purchases tobacco products from an unlicensed person located out of state, the retailer then becomes responsible for the excise tax and must register with the CDTFA as a distributor (see information above regarding the need to have more than one business license). These requirements do not apply to products such as electronic cigarettes, atomizers, vaping tanks or mods, and eLiquid or eJuice. 041b061a72


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