Electronic cigarettes, commonly referred to as “vaping” or “vapes”, are the newest in the world of e-cigarettes.

It’s a big step forward for vaping and vaping is becoming mainstream.

We spoke with Dr. Michael Siegel, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, about the new technology, which has been used for a long time, and why people are switching from cigarettes to vaping.

Q:What is electronic cigarette?

A:Electronic cigarettes are nicotine-delivery devices that allow users to inhale a liquid that is typically vaporized.

They’re very low-tech and relatively inexpensive, and the nicotine content is relatively low compared to traditional cigarettes.

The devices also don’t produce combustion, which is a big problem with traditional cigarettes and traditional cigarettes are toxic to the lungs.

Q/How does it work?


Electronic cigarette devices use a liquid called a vaporizer to deliver nicotine to the user.

A cartridge containing a battery holds the nicotine.

A battery is attached to the cartridge and a heating element heats the liquid to achieve a temperature of around 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

The vaporizer then vaporizes the liquid.


Why do people vape?

A, There are many reasons, and it’s really not just about a craving.

I think people who are trying to quit smoking will do so because they have to.

It gives them an alternative.

The other big reason is to avoid the effects of traditional cigarettes, which are extremely toxic and very bad for the lungs, and to enjoy the smell of the vaporizer.

Q.:What is the FDA saying about electronic cigarettes?

A — In 2014, the FDA gave approval for e-cigarette manufacturers to sell a variety of flavors and sizes, including flavored e-liquid.

These new flavors and sizeings will not be regulated as tobacco products, and therefore are not subject to the same taxes and restrictions as traditional cigarettes or tobacco.

Q./How do they compare to traditional tobacco cigarettes?

Ans: They have many similarities, including their ability to provide nicotine without combustion, but they are not tobacco products and they don’t require a license.

They also have much lower nicotine levels than cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy, which includes patch or gum nicotine.

Q/How long does it take to quit using cigarettes?

How long do you need to quit?

A – The average person has about three to four cigarettes a day.

People with asthma, chronic conditions or other conditions that make it difficult for them to breathe often struggle to quit.


Are there any downsides to using an electronic cigarette such as increased nicotine?

A A: It does raise a lot of concerns, especially for people with asthma.

Nicotine can also cause headaches and dizziness.

Q & A:Dr. Michael W. Siegel: Why people switch to vapingAns – One of the major reasons that people are using electronic cigarettes is because they’re cheaper, they’re safer and they’re much more convenient than cigarettes.

For a lot more people, e-cigs can be the only way to go.

Q:How long is a month?

A- The typical electronic cigarette lasts about six months.

But the average person will vape for about one month.

That’s about how long you would expect to be vaping in a year.

Q&A:Is there a nicotine level associated with using an e-cig?


There are some levels that may be considered “acceptable”.

The nicotine level for e is what the FDA considers “acceptable.”

This level of nicotine is safe for people of all ages, and most e-liquids are safe for adults.


What’s the difference between regular cigarettes and electronic cigarettesB/A: The two terms are often used interchangeably, but the terms are actually used differently.

Regular cigarettes contain nicotine and are marketed as being less harmful than electronic cigarettes.

In reality, both are very similar.

Electronic cigarettes contain a mixture of chemicals that create a vapor that can be inhaled by people who want to avoid combustion.

Nicotine in an electronic cigarettes does not burn, and you do not have to use an inhaler or other device to inhales the vapor.

Q&A/How do you compare the health benefits of vaping to smoking?

A&A – Both smoking and e-smoking are bad for your health.

Smoking kills about 8 million people every year and is responsible for about 30 percent of all deaths.

The CDC estimates that 3 million deaths are attributable to smoking.

Electronic cigarette use has no known harmful effects, and many studies have shown that e-smokers enjoy more pleasure, more physical activity, less stress and less anxiety than smokers.

Q & A/How many people have quit using tobacco?

A– There is no research to indicate that e‑cigarette use reduces tobacco use.