E-Cigarettes: Should They Be Banned

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A new sign outside the Primary Care and Hope Clinic bans the use of e-cigarettes inside their facility.

The use of e-cigarettes is increasing in use and more and more businesses are beginning to ban their use. In fact, WGNS found that a new sign outside the Primary Care and Hope Clinic clearly lists e-cigarettes as banned inside their facility. What do folks around Rutherford County think of the ban...


Recently, the American Heart Association issued new policy recommendations on the use of e-cigarettes and their impact on tobacco-control efforts. Based on the current evidence, the association's position is that e-cigarettes that contain nicotine are tobacco products and should be subject to all laws that apply to these products. The association also calls for strong new regulations to prevent access, sales and marketing of e-cigarettes to youth, and for more research into the product's health impact.


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