Vaping as a gateway to smoking is still more hype than hazard
Posted by Marina on 9/25/2015 to General News
At a time when much ado is being made about the alleged rise of vaping among teens, and the implications of this in regards to a later habit of cigarette smoking, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find balanced commentary on the topic.
Lynn Kozlowski, a Professor at the Department of Community Health and Health Behavior at the University of Buffalo, wrote a piece for The Conversation on this subject. He examines the 'hype' over vaping as a 'gateway' to smoking in a refreshingly balanced way.
Please click on "Read More" for the full article.
Sign Up for Our Newsletter
save 10% on your next order!
Eleaf iStick 100W VV/VW APV - Video Overview and How To
Lower Prices on Starter Kits make the Gift of Vaping easy
To help smokers quit make them vapers
In an op-ed piece for the Los Angeles Times last week, Stephen D. Sugarman, a professor at the UC Berkeley School of Law, took a look at why "blanket laws discouraging the use of e-cigarettes are the wrong policy move".
He suggests three complimentary policy ideas to instead encourage vaping, and "nudge many more Americans to quit smoking".
Click on "Read More" for the full article!