Tag: e-cigarettes

The Vaping Debate and Health: Takeaways

The Vaping Debate and Health: Takeaways

VAUGHAN REES: I think we’ve seen important successes in tobacco control driving down rates of smoking. However, those successes have not been shared among all. And finding ways to support discontinuation of smoking, particularly among vulnerable populations, is a concern that I have. Finding ways to deliver clean nicotine through a properly regulated, properly communicated

Government Bans E-Cigarettes

Government Bans E-Cigarettes

You all know about the E-Cigarettes that contain Nicotine. When inhaled, this nicotine makes you high. E-Cigarettes are known to helpful to those who smoke dangerous cigarettes. The high received by smoking E-Cigarettes helps to quit smoking and is completely safe. Do you all think this is true? Not at all! A new research has

The Vaping Debate and Health: Hazardous Flavoring Fumes

The Vaping Debate and Health: Hazardous Flavoring Fumes

JOSEPH ALLEN: But I think what most strikes me is that workers have been getting warnings about the dangers of inhaling these flavoring chemicals for a long time. This is the industry-recommended warning, verbatim– “Warning, this flavor may pose an inhalation hazard if improperly handled. The handling of this flavor that results in the inhalation

The Vaping Debate and Health: Tracking vaping-related lung illness

KAREN HACKER: On August 1, 2019, Wisconsin first alerted the CDC about a cluster of pulmonary injury among young adults. And that had begun in July of 2019. CDC implemented an instant command structure at that point. And then on September 16, 2019, we activated our emergency operations center, which allows us to bring in

The Vaping Debate and Health: Evidence and Unknowns

The Vaping Debate and Health: Evidence and Unknowns

MICHELLE WILLIAMS: Welcome to The Forum, live streamed worldwide from the Leadership Studio at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. I’m Dean Michelle Williams. The Forum is a collaboration between the Harvard Chan School and independent news media. Each program features a panel of experts addressing some of today’s most pressing public health