US Gov urges CT lung scans
Heavy smokers should start getting yearly scans for lung cancer and cut their risk of death from the nation’s top cancer killer, this is a long anticipated decision by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force. Lung cancer kills about 160,000 Americans each year. Smoking is the biggest risk factor, and the more and longer people smoke, the higher their risk.
Usually lung cancer is diagnosed too late for treatment to succeed, since by now there are no good means of early detection. The screening could prevent around 20,000 deaths a year, government advisers said.
In the next decade smoking will be banned and E-cigs will be as popular as cell-phones.
Wall-street experts says that e-cigs will surpass smoking within a decade, mainly because smokers looking for a real way to quit their tobacco vice.
The sale of vaping items are app. $ 650 million a year in Europe. E-cigs sales in Usa have increased to create what analysts predict 2 billion in 2013.
There is a different way to smoke with no nasty cancerigens and venoms.
There is a cleaner way to inhale nicotine “if you wish”
If you don’t have to inhale tobacco at all.???
Some of the benefits of quitting cigarettes are:
10 hours later, carbon monoxide and oxygen normalize.
30 hours after stroke chances start to decrease.
50 hours later, your taste and smell increases and nerves start healing and growing.
80 hours after your lungs increase their capacity to breath more air.
From 3 weeks to 4 months your circulation highly improves.
From 2 to 10 month no more coughing, sinus, fatigue, and shortness of breath.
After one year, chances of dying from heart attack or stroke reduce 50%.
A Vaper’s New Year Resolutions:
Quit smoking ranks number 7 in the top 10 new year resolutions, unfortunately with a very low percent of success. If you want to have 99% success !join the vapers!’
These are my new year “proud vaper” resolutions:
1) I will only buy quality e-liquid.
2) I will not support e-juice companies who sells to kids.
3) I will help convince my smoker friends to start vaping.
4) I will join a vaping movement and write my local legislature.
5) I will put my body’s health first and vow to never touch a cigarette again.
Government allowing smoking VS Vaping
It is not the role of the government to police your every action, that is why cigarettes, alcohol, fatty foods, and a lot of other things that are not good for you are still legal.
Look into the government a bit, you will find that many of the things it regulates, are technically not within the preview, or the founding fathers original intentions of the federal gov.
America is based on the disappearing idea of personal responsibility, so is up to you.
Because free people do not need a “nanny state”, to wipe their bums and tell them not to eat sweets.
I think it is so all the stupid people die, and only the smart people live.
Vape on my friend while it is still legal!!
Mexico banned e-cigs
In Slim’sland (Mexico) where is hard to spend a day and not put money in Carlos Slim’s pockets, the second richest person in the world and co-owner of Philip Morris Int. Inc., Slim makes a 565 million pay day on cigarette dividends alone.
The average Mexican will wake up on sheets bought from a Slim-owned store; buy their morning bread from a Slim-owned bakery; drive to work in a Slim-insured car; they will call friends on a Slim-owned mobile phone; lunch at a Slim-owned restaurant and smoke Slim-made cigarettes. Now it is clear why Mexicans will not get to vape freely for a while.
These are some other countries where vaping is banned: Canada (with nicotine), Israel, Brazil, Hong Kong, Panama, Singapore, and Arab Emirates. It is very clear who is behind these banning efforts, for example, in the USA the major lobby and contributor to Washington’s congressmen and senators reelections is the “tobacco industry”.
What is most disturbing is that politicians argue that there is no data to sustain whether e-cigs are dangerous or not so they might as well ban them, whereas analog cigarettes are proven to be a major cause of illness including Cancer, yet they are still protected under law providing both the governments with tax revenue and the tobacco industry with billions of dollars.