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Beijing public smoking ban begins


Public smoking in China's capital, Beijing, is now banned after the introduction of a new law.

China has over 300 million smokers and more than a million Chinese die from smoking-related illnesses every year.

Smoking bans already existed in China, but have largely failed to crack down on the habit.

These tougher regulations, enforced by thousands of inspectors, ban lighting up in restaurants, offices and on public transport in Beijing.

On the first day of the ban, a hotpot restaurant in Beijing became the first venue to receive an official warning. Inspectors found cigarette butts inside the restaurant, which had also failed to promote a smoking complaint hotline.

Electronic cigarettes help you quit smoking – New study reveals


 A new study of almost 6,000 smokers over five years has shown that the use of electronic cigarettes will help you quit smoking.  Smokers are 60 percent more likely to successfully quit smoking if they use electronic cigarettes vs. other nicotine products such as patches and gums, or cold turkey.

This finding shows that electronic cigarettes will reduce tobacco related deaths and illnesses dramatically when used by cigarette smokers looking to stop the tobacco habit.  The use of electronic cigarettes will reduce lung cancer and other chronic respiratory diseases, and will reduce cardiovascular diseases, which is the number one killer in the world.   People who quit smoking will reduce their chances of cardiovascular disease in half within one year of quitting smoking.  Within five years of quitting smoking, the risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, and bladder.  Within 2-5 years of quitting smoking the risk of stroke is reduced to that of a non-smoker.

Robert West of University College London’s epidemiology and public health department stated: “E-cigarettes could substantially improve public health because of their widespread appeal and the huge health gains associated with stopping smoking,”  It was Robert who lead this study.

This huge 5 year study surveyed 5,863 smokers between 2009 and 2014 who have tried to quit smoking.  Of those smokers, 20% of these successfully quit smoking with the aid of e-cigarettes compared with 10.1% of those using traditional nicotine replacements such as patches and gums.

Those against electronic cigarettes point to lack of long-term scientific evidence to show the safety of these devices, and also worry that e-cigarette use will become a more accepted practice, after spending many years reducing the use of traditional tobacco cigarettes.   West agreed that the long term results are not there, however urges people to weigh them against the strong evidence we have on the harmful effects of tobacco smoke.  He stated: “It’s not clear whether long-term use of e-cigarettes carries health risks, but from what is known about the contents of the vapour these will be much less than from smoking”.

Tobacco smoking kills half of the people who do it, and kills an estimated six million people each year, according to the World Heath Organization.

Electronic Cigarettes effects are very similar to drinking coffee


 A UK professor states electronic cigarettes with nicotine are “very similar to drinking coffee” to the body.

A recent test was completed at Queen Mary University in London, England with a subject.  He is having the levels of carbon monoxide tested both after using en electronic cigarette, and then a tobacco cigarette.  You can watch the video here.

This test is overseen by Professor Peter Hayek.   Hayek stated: “Many people see nicotine itself as a dangerous poison, but if nicotine is taken without the accompanying toxins (such as with an electronic cigarette) then the health effects would be very similar to drinking coffee”.

“E-cigarettes contain no discernible toxins or carbon monoxide” as stated by the reporter Graham Satchell of the BBC.  After using a carbon monoxide detector both before starting the test,  immediately after using an electronic cigarette, and then immediately after using a tobacco cigarette, the test clearly showed that electronic cigarettes do not increase carbon monoxide in the body, whereas tobacco cigarettes do.  Carbon monoxide is very dangerous for the body.  There is good evidence that high levels of carbon monoxide in the blood of smokers is one of the main factors causing smokers to have increased rates of cardiovascular diseases (such as angina and heart attacks)1  It is clear that reduced oxygen supply caused by carbon monoxide is a 

Important Notice

Important Notice

Ting Yonglu, pre-general manager, took advantage of company’s resource and convenience:
1. Embezzle public funds
2. Divulge company’s important technical secret
3. Gravely contravene the contract between corporate shareholders 
What he have done already have badly violated company’s rules and regulations and seriously infringed the rights and interests of other shareholders. Senior leaders have negotiated and decided to remove the duty of Ting Yonglu from 30th June and withdraw his share at S-BODY. From now on, all his action have nothing to do with S-BODY. Hope everybody take a warning from him. Do not make a grave mistake due to your greed!
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