Here are a few bits of news related to vaping:
The American Medical Association has called for an immediate ban on all electronic cigarettes and vaping devices.
Yet another complaint has been filed against the manufacturer of vaping products. In this one, an 11-year old child alleges to have developed a nicotine addiction from JUUL, indicating that the manufacturer’s aggressive marketing practices not caused vaping problems among high school and middle school students, but also ensnared children still in elementary school. The story is here.
A new study suggests that JUUL products deliver much higher amounts of nicotine than other e-cigarettes, increasing the risk of addiction and other health problems. Story here.