This ‘Smart’ E-Cigarette Tracks Your Vital Signs With Every Puff

Interesting new product (given the high prevalence of smoking in people who have schizophrenia and other mental illnesses):

As we learned last week, e-cigarettes are 60 percent more likely than nicotine products or willpower to help you quit smoking. But now, quitting with e-cigarettes might be even easier.
A French product called Smokio, which is now available in the U.S., claims to be “the first connected electronic cigarette,” according to the company’s website.
Smokio users can connect the e-cig to a smartphone app, which measures important data like how often they vape, and how much nicotine is currently in their body.