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Vaping, the inhalation of aerosol from electronic cigarettes, has been on the rise in recent years. The trend has been particularly noticeable among teenagers who are often drawn to it by the perception of being cool and rebellious. The consequences of such addiction can be grave, including severe health problems, leading to a lifetime of dependence.
This article takes a closer look at the increasing number of teenagers hooked on vaping, exploring why it’s happening, the potential harm it poses, and what can be done to tackle this rising epidemic.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken a significant step towards ensuring the safety of consumers who use vapes. For the first time ever, the agency has issued fines to four businesses that have failed to comply with its directives to cease selling unapproved vape products. This move is the latest in a series of measures aimed at cracking down on the sale of illegal vape products.
Johor, a southern state in Malaysia, continues to uphold its ban on the sale of vape products, including e-cigarettes and vaping equipment and liquids. The ban was initially imposed on January 1, 2016, and remains in effect despite the federal government’s decision to impose an excise tax on nicotine liquids and gel used in e-cigarettes and vaping devices. In this article, we’ll explore the reasons behind the ban and its implications for Johor residents.
A new study out of London has revealed some alarming statistics regarding the use of nicotine vaping products among teenagers. The joint research from Western University and Brescia found that a staggering 26% of high school students had vaped in the past month, with 12% exclusively using vapes containing nicotine. This study, based on a national survey of over 38,000 kids, has shed light on the worrying trend of young people turning to nicotine vaping products, which are exposing them to the addictive substance.
In this article, we’ll dive deeper into the findings of the study, explore the reasons behind the rise in teen vaping, and discuss the potential risks and consequences of this behavior. We’ll also offer tips for parents and educators on how to address the issue and help prevent young people from developing nicotine addiction.
In a unique business move, a petrol station toilet in Papakura, New Zealand, has been transformed into a vape store. The BP 2go Ōpaheke on Great South Road had a customer toilet for years, which was recently taken over by Vape Garage and retrofitted into a store. In this article, we will explore this interesting business venture, its legality, and its implications for the vaping industry in New Zealand.