The war over vaping’s health risks is getting dirty

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For Nicotine enthusiasts, 2015 will be remembered as part of a golden era. Less than 10 years after they were introduced in the United States, e-cigarettes have gone relatively unregulated by health agencies, with companies and users making their own rules in a nicotine-laced Wild West. E-cigarette companies have been advertising their products to adults and children alike, claiming to help smokers quit while simultaneously promoting lollipop-flavored liquids. But now health organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and even city-based public health departments are starting to fight back—not in the form of regulations, but with their own media campaigns. Read full article

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Danielle Venton. (02 April 2015) The war over vaping’s health risks is getting dirty [editorial]. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/2015/04/war-vapings-health-risks-getting-dirty/

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