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You have a teenager? Let’s face it teenagers naturally want to experiment, particularly when it comes to drugs and alcohol, this isn’t new news and we were all teenagers once ourselves – but in the world of social media and online pressures, parents need to be on high alert to keep ahead of their kids. And just as you feel like you’ve informed yourself on the things you want to educate your children on, something new comes along and you’re left scratching your head.
Scottish Ministers have this week called for national guidance on the risks and benefits of using e-cigarettes, at the same time as backing new restrictions on their sale. The Health Committee at Holyrood has also put their backing behind a legally enforceable ban on smoking in certain areas of hospital grounds. Continue reading →
JAC Vapour were asked the following questions by The Wall Street Journal regarding the future of e-cigs against proposed regulation via the TPD in 2016 and the possibility of a black market emerging. Here are our answers;
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JAC Vapour welcomes the sensible e-cigarette advertising restrictions that CAP have outlined today (October 9th 2014).
As another British summer slowly shambles towards us, many vapers will be making plans to get away to sunnier climes. With that in mind, we thought it might be a good idea to bring up the do’s and do not’s of travelling abroad with your e-cig.
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One of the great advantages of vaping instead of smoking (other than the obvious health and financial benefits) is that it frees the user from laws surrounding smoking in public places. I don’t think anyone would argue against the public health benefits the smoking ban has delivered, but as vaping doesn’t have the same association with passive smoking, the user should feel comfortable vaping around other people. That’s not to say, however, that blowing great plumes of vapour into someone’s face is generally to be encouraged.