Vaping has become the center of a controversial nationwide debate.
The number of Americans with vapor-induced lung disease is increasing weekly. The latest figures from the CDC show 1
33 people have died throughout the country, including one in the Mass.
In fact, the CDC gave the disease only one name: "EVALI," which stands for E-Cigarette or Vaping, a lung injury associated with product use.
Kerry Kavanaugh, Newscaster at Boston 25, spent months studying the growing numbers of young people involved in Vaping. She spoke openly with students who feel peer pressure and recover from vaporizer addicts, and a teenager who had a lung disease earlier this year. She sat down with local school leaders, lawmakers and doctors to discuss what needs to be done to tackle the youth issue. Vaping fans also discuss how the vaping game affects them.
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This week, Juul announced that the sale of all fruity flavors will cease. Juul told Boston 25 News, "We never designed our marketing to appeal to teens, and we do not want non-nicotine users testing our products as they exist to help adult smokers find an alternative to find flammable cigarettes, we urgently need to do it. " Combating underage steam use and gaining the trust of regulators, policymakers and other stakeholders For this reason, we are focusing on taking aggressive action to reduce the use of our products by adolescents, to go through the FDA's PMTA process and To support and follow FDA's final guidance on flavored products that were once effective.
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