Smokers Can Switch to Vaping to Keep New Year’s Resolution

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Harm-reduction company, 180 Smoke, hosts special “New Year’s Resolution” event to celebrate first US store on Elmwood Avenue by helping smokers make the transition to vaping. (Jan. 13-27) Harm-reduction company, 180 Smoke, hosts special “New Year’s Resolution” event to celebrate first US store on Elmwood Avenue by helping smokers make the transition to vaping. (Jan. 13-27) Smokers across the US have been increasingly turning to vaping in 2017 as an alternative to tobacco’s smell, tar, chemicals and combustion. This coincides with a study in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence by the University at Buffalo and the University of Michigan in 2017 examining the effects of vaping, and a previous 2015 study by Public Health England that concluded electronic cigarettes are at least 95% less harmful than tobacco smoking. For those considering the switch, vaping can be daunting with a huge range of devices and options available. 180 Smoke was founded by a Canadian Heart surgeon with the goal to make the transition for everyday smokers simple and easy. Specifically for this event, 180 Smoke has created starter kits, discounted up to 30%, that include a month’s worth of supplies a beginner needs to start 2018 tobacco-free. Advisers and consultants are available at 1068 Elmwood Ave. in Buffalo from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays to educate interested smokers how e-cigarettes are used. Visit 180 Smoke Vape Store or go to www.180smoke.com to learn about their wide range of e-liquid, devices and accessories, and make 2018 the year you keep your New Year’s Resolution and enjoy life smoke-free.

2018-01-10 / Lifestyles

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