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A Man is Now in Comatose When an E-cigarette Exploded on His Face While Vaping

E-cigarette can be less dangerous to your lungs but has a risk of explosion. Before trying it, find out the risks involved in E-cigarettes here.

Kris Evangelista





E-cigarettes are popular nowadays for it gives less or almost no risk to health compared with regular cigarettes.

Compared to cigarettes which is hazardous to health because you literally take in smoke, e-cigarette uses vapor as substitute and this is the reason why it is called vaping.

These electronic cigarettes are powered by rechargeable batteries but we need to keep in mind that anything that uses batteries have the potential to explode.

Some reasons for e-cigar explosion are overcharging, overheating, or an atomizer modification. In this case, overheating or atomizer modification may have caused the e-cigar to explode.

This is because the device produces heat when used and too much use will overheat it. On the other hand, atomizers may be modified provided that you will not exceed the safe range of your battery.

Evan is in comatose after his e-cigarette exploded on his face and damaged his lungs.

Evan is in a comatose after his e-cigarette exploded on his face and damaged his lungs.

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A man named Evan Spanhilnger in Naples, was found not breathing after an E-cigarette exploded on his face. According to his sister, his face and neck was burned while grasping for air as he couldn’t breathe right after the incident. The explosion of the e-cigarette also burned his lungs that caused both internal and external damages on it.

Evan is now in comatose and the ventilator keeps his chest breathing. He is scheduled for surgery while everybody is hoping for a successful procedure.

EMS officials think that the e-cigarette could have exploded caused by the battery and is now further being investigated.

As of now, Food and Drug Administration does not regulate e-cigarettes.

Watch the video and see what may happen when you wrongly use e-cigarette:

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The danger of E-cigarette is serious, it’s always better to research the risks involved before trying anything.

Don’t forget to SHARE this to your friends and family, warn them about the risks involved in E-cigarettes.

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Posting @[4:0] ‘Mark Zuckerberg’ in Facebook Comments Has Nothing To Do With Hacking

Mark Andrew



Ever noticed how everyone’s typing @[4:0] as a comment on Facebook lately? We actually have.

In fact, some of our blog readers have been using our comment section on Facebook to do that, particularly on one of our recent posts (that one with hilarious Valentine’s day cards).

Anyway, for this post, we’ll enlighten you about what the buzz is really all about.

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This Student is in Serious Trouble for Using the Flag to Mop the Floor

You’re in deep sh*t, son.




Since we were kids, we were taught to respect the national flag. We should handle it with care and do absolutely nothing that can desecrate it. A person caught disrespecting the flag in any way will pay big. This student may be in serious trouble for using the Philippine flag to mop the floor of the classroom.

You see, disrespecting the flag has serious consequences, no matter which country you're in. Under the U.S. Code, "Whoever knowingly mutilates, defaces, physically defiles, burns, maintains on the floor or ground, or tramples upon any flag of the United States shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both."

Aside from getting into trouble with the law, there's another solid reason why you simply shouldn't do it...

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Could Faulty Construction be One Reason of Building Collapse in Taiwan Earthquake?

This is truly unfortunate. #PrayForTainan

Mika Castro



Tainan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan: A magnitude 6.4 earthquake rocked the Kaohsiung area of Taiwan last February 6, 2016 at around 3:25 am (local time GMT+8) when most residents are sound asleep. The city of Tainan suffered the worst effects of the disaster, with a few buildings and residential towers collapsed or destroyed by the earthquake.

The death toll is already 26, with 403 injured and 121 still missing as of time of writing. The Taiwanese government and the rescuers are doing all their best for the search and rescue operations. Most of the fatalities are from the toppling over of the 17-storey residential complex Weiguan Jinlong building. It is home to at least 250 families and at least a quarter of the residents are still trapped inside the felled structure.

Front view of the 17-storey Weiguan Jinlong apartment complex toppling to the ground due to the earthquake

The 17-storey Weiguan Jinlong apartment complex toppling to the ground due to the earthquake

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