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What is the Top E-Cigarette Producer? Respected Analyst Bonnie Herzog at Wells Fargo Confirms the Winner

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In November, 2017, Bonnie Herzog, a well-known analyst at Wells Fargo, wrote in a report citing Nielsen data, that Juul now controls 32.9 percent of the market. Here’s how and why it happened.

Why More Smokers Trying to Quit Are Turning to E-Cigarettes

According to the CDC, more smokers trying to quit, are turning to ecigarettes over any other nicotine replacement therapy, including pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter medications, but are ecigs helping people quit? Are they really safer than cigarettes?

The Most Momentous E-Cigarette and Vaping Industry News of 2017

E-cigarette News Headlines 2017

Here are some of the most impactful e-cigarette news stories of the year 2017, along with links to related articles.

With a Name Like PROHIBITED – It’s Got To Be Good

New vape company PROHIBITED has hit the ecig market with style and panache, selling high tech, high end Vape Pens for Dry Herb and Concentrates.

Important E-Cigarette News – October 2015 Wrap-Up

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Here are some of the most talked about e-cigarette headlines from October 2015

Prison Successfully Goes Smoke Free with Help From ECigarettes

Prisoner in garden at Guernsey Prison

A Guernsey, England prison easily goes smoke free when vaping is allowed.

ECigarette News September Wrap-Up

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Here is a concise wrap-up editorial of the most popular vaping and ecigarette headlines for September 2015.

ECigarette News – 2015 Late Summer Edition

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ECigarette news headlines in the UK report e-cigarettes are about 95% less harmful than smoking. The US FDA moves on the offensive.

Best US Cities for Vaping in Public

Wondering which cities are vape-friendly? Here’s a list of cities and states where you can find a park, bar or restaurant that welcomes vapers.

E-Cigarettes in the News – Early Summer 2015 Edition

Penn State Reports E-Cigarettes are Less Addictive Than Tobacco Cigarettes

Ecig news is seeing debates, new safety studies and a shift from moralistic dogma to greater recognition of the role of e-cigarettes and tobacco harm reduction.

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