Are E-Cigs a Public Health Crisis? It's Risky to Call Them Unsafe

June 18, 2019

Are E-Cigs a Public Health Crisis? It's Risky to Call Them Unsafe

This article in Bloomberg by Faye Flam is well worth reading. Short and to the point, it describes a lot of what we’re up against right now in the vape community. Check it out if you get a chance and pass it along to your non-vaping friends and family.

An excerpt from "Are E-Cigs a Public Health Crisis?":

“Journalists, like public health officials, tend to err on the side of exaggeration over exoneration, but that’s not always in the best public interest. As Sandman points out, exaggerating the risks of vaping might seem harmless, but it’s harmful if it gives people the impression that it’s so dangerous they might as well smoke.”

Read the full article here

 





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