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Haya sasa watanzania ni ujio wa sigara mpya za kisasa zinazo tumia umeme

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Toneradio, Jul 30, 2011.

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    Toneradio Member

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    BINAFSI NILIPO ZIONA SIGARA HIZI NILISHANGAA SANA LAKINI NI SIGARA ZA KISASA KABISA ZINAZO TUMIA UMEME NA HAZINA MADHARA KIAFYA.. HII NI HABARI NJEMA KWA WOTE WAVUTAJI..

    BOFYA HAPA KUONA SIGARA HIZO
     
  2. Amoeba

    Amoeba JF-Expert Member

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    A Toxic Alternative
    A recent study by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determined that electronic cigarettes do contain trace amounts of toxic substances and other carcinogens, despite claims by electronic cigarette manufacturers that their products are safer than everyday cigarettes.
    The FDA analyzed the ingredients of two leading brands of electronic cigarettes and found nitrosamines (tobacco-specific compounds known to cause cancer) and diethylene glycol (a chemical used in antifreeze that is toxic to humans).
    "We're concerned about [electronic cigarettes] because of what we know is in them and what we don't know about how they affect the human body," said Joshua Sharfstein, the FDA's principal commissioner, in a July 2009 article in The New York Times.
    Because e-cigarettes aren't required to be submitted to the FDA for evaluation or approval, the agency's only knowledge of the amount of nicotine and chemicals in the devices is based on its 2009 study. As stated on its website, the FDA has expressed the following concerns:

    • E-cigarettes can increase nicotine addiction among young people and may lead kids to try other tobacco products, including conventional cigarettes, which are known to cause disease and lead to premature death.
    • The products may contain ingredients that are known to be toxic to humans.
    • Because clinical studies about the safety and efficacy of these products for their intended use have not been submitted to FDA, consumers currently have no way of knowing 1) whether e-cigarettes are safe for their intended use, or 2) what types or concentrations of potentially harmful chemicals, or what amount of nicotine, they are inhaling when they use these products.
    One puff of an electronic cigarette can cause you to inhale more than twice the mount of nicotine of a conventional cigarette.

    Hapa: Electronic Cigarettes: The Not-So-Safe Alternative to Smoking |
     
  3. ndetichia

    ndetichia JF-Expert Member

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    hili wazo lako ukipeleka ttc utapata jibu..
     
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    lm317 JF-Expert Member

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    Sasa na huu umeme wetu wa bongo wa MGAO si itakuwa shida ndugu!
     
  5. Chief-Mkwawa

    Chief-Mkwawa Platinum Member

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    hehe anavutia wateja tu. Hujui kua ile sumu ilioko kwenye tumbaku ndo inayomfanya mtu awe addicted?? Ni sawa umchukue mtoto wa kiswazi aache mpira wa mchangan then umpe video game hata enjoy manake kwenye game humpigi refa wala hamtukanani
     
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    Slave JF-Expert Member

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    lol! Itakuwa noma siku ukikatika umeme.naona wanataka kuongeza idadi ya waandamanaji wa kupinga mgao.
     
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    tototundu Senior Member

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