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American Lung Assoc. Nov 5
More than 5 million high school and middle school students use . New study shows that kids prefer fruit, menthol or mint flavor. This highlights the need to clear the market of all flavored products.
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American Lung Assoc. Nov 7
Menthol is designed to attract new users just like mint, fruit and candy flavors. There is no public health justification for exempting menthol or any other flavor of .
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Dr Alexey Kulikov Nov 7
4.1 million high school and 1.2 million middle school students use nationwide in the . Currently there have been 1888 reported cases of -related lung injury throughout 49 states, as well as 37 deaths in 24 states.
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Judy Margulies 7h
Prevention is the least expensive form of healthcare. Is anyone calculating societal costs of , vaping and the epidemic?
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Rourke Law Office, P.C. 4h
"There is no evidence that "e-cigarettes" are involved in the outbreak."
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California Medical Association Nov 9
As of Tuesday, the CDC had confirmed 2,051 probable lung injury cases associated with . The CDC also confirmed 39 deaths in 24 states and D.C., an increase of two fatalities from last week.
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Bernard J.Tyson, CEO Nov 5
are threatening to reverse decades of progress made in reducing tobacco use among teens. We need to keep flavored off the market. San Francisco voters, make the right decision today.
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Nanolive Nov 7
🚬 If you are an e-cigarette smoker, you might be interested in the newest study realized with the 3D Cell Explorer at the University of California. 🚬
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WLOS Nov 5
New research show U.S. teens who use prefer those made by Juul, and mint is the favorite flavor for many of them.
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Dr Bushra Nov 6
In India, 120 million adults are addicted to Kids and youth are targeted for India has banned it It’s time to put an end to menace of globally
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VOTV India Nov 8
E-cigarette explosions can cause severe injuries, including burns, lacerations, even death. There are numerous incidents across the globe about accidents due to charging and use of . Are you ready to risk your life?
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Maurice Nov 10
Juul Mango or mint - like honey for teens. More than half of teens who vape use Juul and its mint pods are No. 1 flavor in high school, new studies show
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VOTV India Nov 10
Alarmed by the trend of a rapid increase in the use of by youth and children globally, the government of India took immediate steps to place a comprehensive ban on in India to protect its next generation from the clutches of ENDS.
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MetroFocus Nov 5
To ban or not to ban? Legislators debate future of and
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NBR 33m
Juul’s vaping products should be completely pulled off the market, says ex-FDA chief Gottlieb
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Telling my Stories Nov 9
- the tobacco companies said that this product was developed to help people stop smoking.Yet the draw of coolness of the smoke and children's flavors prove they are targeting adolescence. They added nicotine in the 20's to make smoking addictive,10x more than crack !
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Travis Lupick Nov 8
'Potential culprit found in -related lung injuries and deaths' "Vitamin E acetate has been used in recent months as a cutting agent or additive on the cannabis black market to stretch the amount of THC in vape cartridges..."
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DG Aaron 24h
FDA & CDC on e-cigarettes: -High school use: 27.5% -Middle school use: 10.5% Of students who use ecigs: -72% high schoolers use flavors -60% middle schoolers use flavors Preferred flavors: -Fruit flavors -Mint and menthol [similar rates]
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MGH eTreadwell 13m
has compiled a collection of articles and editorials on & :
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Ivor Cummins 4h
Recent disgraceful coverage of and will cost the lives of many who might have stopped - was it on purpose, for the benefit of tobacco companies, and government tax coffers?
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