Why Vapor is Phasing Out Tobacco

Vapor cigarettes are becoming so normal and accepted, that every time I go out with friends, to a bar or some kind of social event, I’m always blown away by the number of people I see around me who are choosing not light it up…

Kudos to Joe Bastianich: Good Riddance to Smoke!

Restauranteur, Joe Bastianich sure knows a thing or two about food. Growing up within the restaurant industry with parents who owned several restaurants, then owning several himself as he worked alongside the likes of Mario Batali, writing books on food and wine, owned three wineries,…

How to control Your E-Cig Usage

Vaping can be very enjoyable. Sometimes too enjoyable! Can you imagine that there are e-smokers who say that when they started vaping, they ended up using them more than they did with cigarettes because they are just so good? They taste great, make you feel…

Why Are Electronic Cigarettes More Eco-Friendly?

Electronic cigarettes are more eco friendly than tobacco cigarettes in many ways. From their very roots- what they do- to where they end up, vapor cigarettes have a far lighter carbon footprint than their combustible counterparts. If you have the option to choose greener products,…

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