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Simply because quitting smoking cigarettes is more than just pure willpower. Smoking cigarettes are psychologically addicting, socially addicting, and physiologically addicting. An SF gate blog states that:

The "Knocked Up" star, 31, has battled with her addiction to tobacco since she was 24 years old, but vowed to quit last year after admitting she had become "a slave" to her habit.

Heigl was also pushed to stop smoking after becoming a mother to adopted daughter Naleigh in September.

But she hasn't completely snubbed her dependency on nicotine - she was snapped puffing on an electronic cigarette on the set of her new film "One For The Money."

The device provides inhaled doses of nicotine through a vaporized solution so users don't have to breathe in harmful smoke.

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It's interesting to see celebrities use electronic cigarettes. This will give e-cigs more press attention, be it negative or positive. I would think that if someone disliked such as Lindsay Lohan started vaping, it would create a backlash against the devices.

E-cig users must become an organized political force. If not, then the government will keep on regulating e-cigs and it will result in millions of vapers returning to analogs.

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