E-Cigs Starts kit

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Auspicious E-Cigs Starts kit Includes:
2 x Auspicious e cig Batteries (900mAh)
2 x Auspicious VAPORIZERS
1 x USB charger for recharging your batteries at your computer
1 x 10ml e liquid tank empty bottle.
1 x User Manual with all the info you need to get going in minutes
Package:Fine gift box
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The iTaste 134 MX-Z is built in the same durable, eye-catching style as the iTaste 134 and has Zodiac constellations engraved on the inner sleeve.
Silver plated firing pins give the 134MX-Z maximum power as well as adaptable top pin connectivity through an advanced new spring adjusted top pin that adjusts to 510 connector pins of varying heights.
The 134MX-Z is designed with a unique advanced safety feature which adds convenience and your own personal style to the firing system. After selecting your preferred Zodiac symbol from the 12 starsigns, the rotational wheel is used to lock or unlock the 134MX-Z; only when your chosen Zodiac is selected the unit will fire.
The 134MX-Z has replaceable parts and is designed for long term use with a Golden Spring and white plastic selection wheel included in the kit.
The advanced features, high quality build and long term durability will make the 134MX-Z ‘Zodiac’ a favorite with vapers throughout the universe.
iTaste 134 MX-Z Product Features:
Silver Plated Firing Pins
510 Connection
Bottom Button is Flush with the Mod
Supports 18650 Batteries
Caged Design
Cosmic Details on Body
Authentic Innokin Product with Product Authorization Scratch Off in the User Manual
Black or Stainless Steel Options
iTaste 134 MX-Z Product Contents:
1 x Innokin iTaste 134 MX-Z Mechanical Mod
1 x Collector's Box
1 x Screwdriver
1 x Extra Golden Spring
1 x White Plastic Selection Wheel
1 x Extra Screw
2 x Extra Stainless Steel Pins
1 x User Manual
BEASTLY BECAUSE: The Innokin iTaste 134 MX-Z Kit is definitely a one of a kind mechanical mod in the entire galaxy! With the Zodiac rotational wheel, select your Zodiac sign so you can lock and unlock your device. Add personality to your mod with the Innokin iTaste 134 MX-Z Kit!


No adverse effects on coronary microcirculation electronic cigarettes

Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos

"This study adds to currently available evidence that supports that electronic cigarettes are significantly less harmful compared with tobacco," Dr Konstantinos Farsalinos(Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, Kallithea, Greece) said here at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) 2013 Congress. "Monitoring of consumers for several years will determine the long-term effects of electronic cigarette use."

At last year's ESC meeting, Farsalinos presented the results of a small study comparing effects on left ventricular function, blood pressure, and heart rate in 40 subjects, as reported by heartwire.

At this year's meeting, Farsalinos presented an analysis, this time in 60 subjects, looking at coronary flow velocity reserve (CFVR) and coronary vascular resistance index (CVRI). Thirty subjects were current smokers; in this group, CFVR/CVRI was measured in response to adenosine administration, 20 to 30 minutes after smoking two cigarettes and after using an electronic cigarette. Another 30 patients, made up of patients who had had their last cigarette at least one month previously, underwent the same tests, 20 to 30 minutes after using an electronic cigarette. Nonuse of cigarettes in this group was confirmed via testing of carboxyhemoglobin levels.

As Farsalinos showed here, no differences in CFVR and CVRI were seen following e-cigarette use, both in the nonsmoking group and in the group of smokers who were also studied after trying the e-cigarette. By contrast, smokers saw a 16% decrease in CFVR (p<0.001) and a 19% decrease in CVRI (p<0.001) 20 to 30 minutes after smoking their two cigarettes.

Harm reduction?
"The electronic cigarette is not a product that is recommended for everyone as a new habit, it is recommended for smokers as an alternative to smoking to reduce consumption or to quit," Farsalinos said. "It is not for the general population; that should be clear."

Farsalinos acknowledged that the devices do emit low levels of harmful substances in addition to nicotine. "Both formaldehyde and acrolein have been found," he said. "They are produced in the heating and evaporation process, so they are not present in the liquid, but in the vapor. But the levels in electronic cigarettes are from 10 to 400 times lower compared with tobacco. The same was observed with nitrosamines, which are approximately 500 to 1000 times lower compared with tobacco cigarettes.

"The presence of such chemicals are found in very low levels; so we have to see for a long period of years if there are complications. But we can say [with confidence] that they are by orders of magnitude lower, and most likely it would be beneficial for smokers to switch to electronic cigarettes if they cannot quit by other methods."

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Industry Is Winning the E-Cig Regulation Battle

Correction appended: June 12, 2014

Naturally, one of the biggest concerns among health advocates is children’s access to e-cigarettes—and marketing of e-cigs to teens is up 321%, as TIME recently reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that almost 2 million students in the U.S. have tried e-cigarettes. Policies to address the issue run the gambit from the least controversial—like establishing an age restriction on purchasing e-cigs and child proof packaging—to the more divisive, like prohibiting marketing to teens, prohibiting internet sales, and restricting the use of kid-friendly candy-like flavors.“The deeming rule that the FDA has proposed is very, very, very limited in its scope,” says Stanton Glantz, a cardiology professor at the University of San Fransisco and one of the most vociferous proponents of strict rules for e-cigs. “It requires a useless warning label and says they can’t be sold to kids under 18, but it doesn’t put any restrictions on internet sales, which means kids under 18 can easily get them. It has no restrictions on marketing at all.” This puzzles Glantz. “You would think that the Obama administration would be supporting tobacco control because it would reduce health care costs.” As far as Glantz is concerned, the administration has erred on the side of the tobacco interests.So far, it looks like the businesses are winning. When the FDA first announced the start of the rule-making process, Time wrote about the positive reaction to them by e-cigarette executives, who saw them as a reasonable first step that would not greatly interfere with their businesses. Now, a few weeks into the rule-making process, business continues to be optimistic while public health advocates are getting worried.

But even the most basic restrictions—like better product labeling, and child proofing—were absent from the FDA’s initial deeming rules, making other restrictions on advocates’ wish lists seem that much further away. “Any meaningful rules on marketing of e-cigarettes are years, and years, and years away,” says Glanz, pointing out that if restrictions were imposed, e-cog companies would likely sue over marketing restrictions on first amendment grounds.

Craig Weiss, the CEO of NJOY in Scottsdale, Arizona, one of the leading electronic cigarette brands, also thinks the FDA rules will stay fairly restrained. “The FDA are smart people,” he says. “They have to read everything and they will, but I think what you saw in the proposed regulations, that’s what you are going to see in the ultimate regulations as well.”

As for whether any child-marketing restrictions would make sense down the line, Weiss says there are appropriate curbs, but there is no reason e-cigarette marketing should be as strict as tobacco. “You are confusing the arsonist with the firefighter,” he says. “Why would you treat products that are part of the solution as products that are part of the problem?” he says. Though NJOY is careful not to make direct claims that their products can help smokers quit, Weiss is a big believer in the potential for electronic cigarettes to replace cigarettes. Weiss supports limits on the age of actors in ads and rules against e-cigs appearing in cartoons, but he rejects the idea that there is anything wrong with his ads, which do feature young adults.

That’s not good enough for public health advocates. “The best way to market to kids is to market to young adults,” says Glantz, “If you designed marketing to stop smoking in a 50 year old, it could be done. That’s not what they are doing. It wouldn’t be on MTV, it would be on evening news.”
Weiss responds: “I’m interested in converting every adult smoker in the country to these products. I think it would be a tragedy for smokers to be smokers for decades before we advertise in a way that is appealing to them.”
The battle over e-cig regulation isn’t settled, but if what’s going on now is any indication, that battle may have actually been over—and won by industry—before it even started.Correction appended: The original version of this story incorrectly described which restrictions are absent from the FDA’s initial deeming rules 


How e-cigarette companies are quietly winning the war on regulation

Electronic cigarette organizations are quietly winning the war on regulation by effectively campaigning state governing bodies to avoid them from tobacco control laws.
Open wellbeing authorities and without smoke backers say industry-supported bills have the lacquer of open wellbeing with procurements about banning deals to minors—however keep away from the more stringent standards other tobacco items must maintain.
"These are Trojan Horse charges that look great yet leave yawning gaps openly wellbeing regulations," said Vince Willmore of Tobacco Free Kids. "They bring about distinctive punishments and authorization from general tobacco items, they absolved e-cigarettes from being incorporated in without smoke air laws, and some excluded producers from state charges also. The World Health Organization has called e-cigarettes well-being "illusive", since the parts they hold are not generally unveiled and there is not "satisfactory information on discharges." When it comes to helping individuals quit smoking, they additionally say the science is not indisputable. The US Centers for Disease Control takes a comparable stance: that there is insufficient confirmation to comprehend the wellbeing effect of vaping. They caution of the potential for nicotine dependence, harming, and call for more vigorous regulation.
"These strategies to undermine successful arrangements stand to make smoking and the conduct of smoking socially adequate once more," said Cathy Callaway, partner executive of state and nearby fights for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network. "On the off chance that the business can keep individuals dependent on tobacco items, they'll be more inclined to keep on purchasing items, and the business profits."
E-cigarette organizations contend that these state regulations are great confidence deliberations to keep kids safe. "Not just have we underpinned state enactment to keep the offer of e-cigs to youth, however we have additionally put set up a vigorous age check process on the web, like retail," Jason Healy, the president of Bluecigs, said in an announcement. Please visit the following  websites for more details about ecigs: google ,wikipedia, AOL search,dual coil, bing search, yahoo .
"In the matter of advertising," he included, "we have deliberately embraced strict showcasing confinements, for example, constraining our notice situation to media and occasions where the intended interest group comprises of no less than 85 percent grown-ups."
Willmore at Tobacco Free Kids is suspicious of these exertions. He said they disaffirm the steps taken by industry to snare individuals while they are youthful. "E-cigs are replicating the tobacco organization's playbook to market to children. They're utilizing VIP supports, cartoon pitches. They're supporting auto races and music celebrations. They're utilizing this wild cluster of sweet flavors like cotton confection and sticky bears that have been banned from standard cigarettes."


E-Cigarette Makers Are in an Arms Race for Exotic Vapor Flavors

Twista Lime, Kauai Kolada, Caribbean Chill, Mintrigue. Exotic cigarette flavors like those were banned in 2009 out of concern they might tempt young people.
But the flavors tobacco companies once sold look like plain vanilla compared with the flavor buffet now on offer — legally — by the fast-growing electronic cigarette industry.
News on Tuesday that Reynolds American had agreed to buy Lorillard, uniting two of the nation’s biggest tobacco companies, highlighted how important e-cigarettes have become to the declining tobacco industry. Both Reynolds and Lorillard have pushed hard into e-cigarettes, which offer a new way of delivering a puff of nicotine.
For now, those companies’ flavors are relatively modest, though they may feel pressure to expand into the explosion of competition for the consumer palate, with e-cigarette flavors such as banana cream pie and cotton candy.

Across the e-cigarette industry, more than 7,000 flavors are now available and, by one estimate, nearly 250 more are being introduced every month. The array of tastes goes far beyond anything cigarette companies ever tried.


A technician filling bottles with the flavored nicotine-laced liquid for electronic cigarettes at a plant in Miami. 
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Flavors have become central to the conversation because e-cigarette makers say that the rainbow of tastes differentiates them from deadly cigarettes.
But the claim that e-cigarette flavors won’t attract children has prompted an outcry from some policy makers, who say consumers have been down this road before with tobacco. Federal health authorities have outlawed most cigarette flavorings except menthol, arguing that they lure the young into nicotine addiction. While the Food and Drug Administration has proposed regulations for e-cigarettes, it has not limited marketing or flavors, which the agency is studying.
At a Senate committee hearing in late June, lawmakers denounced manufacturers for marketing practices that they said appealed to children, including the embrace of flavors that are forbidden in ordinary cigarettes.Jason Healy, the president of Blu eCigs, told the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation that the average age of people using cherry flavored e-cigarettes, for example, was 40. Such flavors “decrease the ability or possibility of adult users who use e-cigs switching back” to cigarettes, he said. Blu eCigs, a subsidiary of Lorillard, is being sold to the British company Imperial as part of the deal announced on Tuesday. Lorillard and Reynolds said they would focus their e-cigarette efforts on Reynolds’ product Vuse, which in June was introduced in 15,000 stores nationwide.
For now, Vuse has only two flavors, original cigarette flavor and menthol, but the market is changing quickly as evidenced by the experience of other leading e-cigarette companies. Most notable is the experience of NJOY, which has turned to flavors to help stanch plummeting market share.


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Are e-cigarettes safe to puff?

As electronic or e-cigarettes grow in popularity, some health advocates want them to be regulated.
E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that use a liquid-filled cartridge that can contain mint, vanilla or other flavourings. The contents are vaporized into a mist that is breathed into the lungs. Some cartridges also contain nicotine.
Some analysts project that e-cigarettes will outsell regular cigarettes within a decade. (Ashley Smith/Times-News/Associated Press)
Health Canada has not authorized stores to sell nicotine-filled cartridges, but they are available online and at some flea markets.
"To date, no electronic cigarettes with nicotine or health claims have been authorized by Health Canada," a spokesperson for the department said in an email Tuesday.
"As the safety, quality and efficacy of these products remains uncertain, Health Canada continues to advise Canadians not to use electronic cigarettes as they may pose health risks."
Electronic cigarettes are sometimes marketed as an option to help people quit smoking, or as a tobacco replacement.
Analysts think the market for e-cigarettes will surpass $10 billion in the U.S. by 2017 and that e-cigarettes will outsell regular cigarettes within a decade, said David Sweanor, a law professor at the University of Ottawa who works on tobacco and health issues.
"No one's given me a kiss on the cheek for giving them a piece of Nicorette gum, but I have gotten that for giving them an electronic cigarette," Sweanor said.
Sweanor believes in using e-cigarettes as a risk reduction strategy for cigarette smokers. "People smoke for the nicotine, they die from the smoke." 

E-cigarette regulations elsewhere

Last week, the U.K. government announced it plans to treat e-cigarettes as a medicine starting in 2016.
France plans to prohibit use of e-cigarettes in public venues, Reuters said.
EU-wide regulations are due to be introduced in 2016, U.K.'s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency said.
In 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found traces of carcinogens and a harmful substance used in antifreeze in two brands of e-cigarettes. Shipments from China were blocked until a federal judge indicated the devices should be regulated as tobacco products rather than drugs or medical devices, the New York Times reported.
In March, Australia's government said it was concerned about the use of electronic cigarettes, saying the impact of wide-scale use is not known and the outcome in the community could be harmful.
In Singapore, legislation prohibits "the importation, distribution, sale or offer for sale of any confectionery or other food product or any toy or other article that is designed to resemble a tobacco product."  
It's not nicotine itself that causes most of the harm associated with cigarettes, said Dr. Peter Selby, chief of the addictions division at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto.
"We really don't know whether these are meeting any kinds of standards of safety for people to inhale on them, whether they have nicotine or not," Selby said of e-cigarettes.
For Selby, the main issue is whether e-cigarettes meet manufacturing and regulatory inspection standards for producing products under hygienic conditions, for example, and to ensure they don't explode and cause burns. The potential harm of inhaling nicotine in e-cigarettes also needs to be compared with the risk from regular cigarettes.
"We need a framework to study that and understand it so we can actually tell smokers it is a safer option," Selby said.
"Right now, it looks like we’ve got our head in the sand. If you take the nicotine out of the tobacco and only give people nicotine, the potential harm is likely very, very small."
During National Non-Smoking Week in January, the Canadian Lung Association said it encourages people to quit smoking using scientifically proven methods such as nicotine replacement patches and gums. The group also objects to flavours that appeal to children, fearing e-cigarettes may encourage those under 18 to try tobacco products.
At Esmoker Canada, an e-cigarette store in Toronto, Mario Martinasevic says sales have almost doubled every month. Customer Ashley Harris calls e-cigarettes without nicotine a convenient alternative to cigarettes that she can smoke at the office or at a bar when out with friends without stepping outside.
"I don't want to be inhaling nicotine," said Harris. "I'm finding it fine without it."
Since switching to using e-cigarettes, Harris said food tastes better, she's feeling more physically fit and her teeth are better. She's also saving money.
With files from CBC's Kim Brunhuber



The Aspire ET-S BDC is an upgrade version of ET BDC, it has an exterior metal sleeve surrounding the tank with two small windows that allow you to see how much liquid is left in the tank at all times. 

The Aspire ET-S glassomizer is currently the best eGo style atomizer. The 2 main improvements with the ET model are the metal casing protecting the tank and the Pyrex glass tank. BDC stands for "Bottom Dual Coil". This is a brand new coil design and quite an improvement over the previous design.

Size:  Φ14.5mm * 74.8mm
Capacity:  3ml
Available resistance:1.8Ω(3.0-5.0v)
Available Color:black,stainless,blue,yellow,green,purple,red,pink. 


Pyrex glass container for a pure taste.
e-Liquid Refillable - Coil Replaceable makes vaping very affordable.
Bottom Dual Coil atomizer provide an amazing vape.
Capacity: close to 3ml.
Resistance: Comes with a 1.8 Ohm coil in the package.
Thread: Compatible with any eGo threading batteriesand its size and style is designed to perfectly match any eGo style battery.
Easy to clean.



All the best things about the iTaste MVP, SVD and 134 come together in Innokin's VTR. This device is built like a tank and hits the same way. The VTR can be adjusted from 3.0 to 6.0 volts in .1-volt increments, or from 3.0 to 15.0 watts in .5-watt increments. It features a recessed 510 connection, which gives the VTR a unique look when appropriate tanks are attached. This kit comes included with an adapter to allow the use of eGo-threaded atomizers or any device that simply won't fit into the recessed area, while maintaining a uniform look. The VTR uses an IMR 18650 battery, which will last most users all day. It also features a built-in ohm-meter to check the resistance of your attached coil. There is no other mod quite like this one! No clearomizer come with this kit.


Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was shot down in Ukraine killed 298 people

Helicopter belonging to Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 near the Russian border in Ukraine 10,000 meters altitude anti-aircraft missiles to shoot down Booker was on board 283 passengers and 15 crew members were killed, including 83 children and 23 U.S. citizens.


Humans are expected in 2030 successfully controlled HIV infection

Recently, UNAIDS said in a report released said, as long as the global increase the intensity, it is expected in 2030 the successful control of HIV infection.

According to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) report, UNAIDS said in a report released recently said that humans are expected in 2030 to reduce HIV infections can be controlled to within the range.

Reported that the world currently has about 35 million people living with HIV, but the number of HIV infections and deaths are declining. The report mentioned that the past five years, UNAIDS made ​​a major breakthrough in reducing HIV infection rates and provide medication assistance to those infected and so on. UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe (Michel Sidibe), said as long as the global increase the intensity, it is expected in 2030 the successful control of HIV infection.

However, the reality of the situation is not optimistic. It is reported that the world's only Sicheng living with HIV have access to drug treatment, many drugs are still in demand in developing countries can not be met.

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People all over the world live longer!

The World Health Organization recently released "World Health Statistics 2014" shows that people around the world live longer. Judging from the global average, girls born in 2012 are expected to live to about 73 years old to 68-year-old boy. Children born in 1990 than the global average life expectancy of more than 6 years.
   WHO's annual statistical report shows that the greatest advances in low-income countries, from 1990-2012 the average life expectancy extended for nine years. Extend life expectancy is up to the six countries of Liberia (extended for 20 years, from 42 years in 1990 to 62 years in 2012), followed by Ethiopia (from 45-64 years of age), the Maldives (58-77 years old), Cambodia (54-72 years old), East Timor (50-66 years old) and Rwanda (48-65 years old).
   "Global life expectancy is an important reason appears significantly improved is the number of children dying before the age of five has decreased," said WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said. "But the wealth gap is still large: high-income countries are still opportunities for people to live longer than low-income countries."
   The gap between rich and poor countries
   In high-income countries, a boy born in 2012 can be expected to live to about 76 years old - 16 years more than a boy born in low-income countries (60 years old). More significant differences between girls; high-income countries (82 years) and low-income countries (63 years) was 19 years.
   In all parts of the world, women live longer than men have. Life expectancy gap between men and women is more significant in high-income countries, women live about six years longer than men. In low-income countries, the gap is about 3 years.
   Japanese women's life expectancy ranks first in the world for 87 years, followed by Spain, Switzerland and Singapore. Women's longest life expectancy in 10 countries were 84 years and older. Male life expectancy in nine countries and over 80 years old, male life expectancy is the longest in the country, Iceland, Switzerland and Australia.
   "In high-income countries, the extension of life expectancy thanks in large part to the success of the work of non-communicable disease control," said WHO health statistics and information systems Ties Boerma, WHO said, "dying before the age of 60 heart disease and stroke, reducing the number of men and women. wealthy countries do better "in the monitoring and management of hypertension and other aspects of the disease.
   The key is also to reduce tobacco use in several countries life expectancy has been extended contributing factor.
   At the other end of the scale, men and women nine sub-Saharan countries, life expectancy is still less than 55 years - Angola, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lesotho, Mozambique, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.

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