|Title||E-Cigarette Sales Have Surged Immensely in the U.S.|
|Description||E-Cigarette Sales Have Surged Immensely in the U.S. SALES OF E-CIGARETTES have grown rapidly in recent years, a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows, underscoring concern among public health advocates about the impact of the devices. E-cigarette sales skyrocketed by 132 percent while their prices fell substantially between 2012 and 2016, especially prices for rechargeable devices, according to the study. Researchers measured average monthly sales and prices for four types of Electronic Cigarette products – including rechargeables, disposables and prefilled cartridges – in the 48 contiguous states and the nation's capital, and did not include online or vape shop sales. E-liquid sales were measured between 2014 and 2016. E-cigarettes, which don't contain tar or ash but can still deliver nicotine and other potentially toxic substances, have been marketed as a smoking-cessation tool. But in 2015, more than half of people who vaped also smoked traditional cigarettes, according to the CDC.vaporesso vape|
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