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I'm sorry but i feel that we should NOT be encouraging the young ones to "smoke", "vape" or whatever.
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I feel that, in a few years time, we will become aware that these vapour things will be really bad for health due to the chemical "scents" and chemical nicotine in them.
As for "passive vaping"....don't get me started !
seems a pretty good deal cheers
tomba26 m ago

I'm sorry but i feel that we should NOT be encouraging the young ones to …I'm sorry but i feel that we should NOT be encouraging the young ones to "smoke", "vape" or whatever.Bubblegum Blast I feel that, in a few years time, we will become aware that these vapour things will be really bad for health due to the chemical "scents" and chemical nicotine in them.As for "passive vaping"....don't get me started !


Well thanks for demonising a healthy alternative to smoking based on your "feelings" as aposed to facts. Of course when I want to convince people of my unfounded opinions I would mak up stories about children using vaperosers despite them being more carefully controlled and much harder to use than cigarettes.
jamesehunter22 m ago

Well thanks for demonising a healthy alternative to smoking based on your …Well thanks for demonising a healthy alternative to smoking based on your "feelings" as aposed to facts. Of course when I want to convince people of my unfounded opinions I would mak up stories about children using vaperosers despite them being more carefully controlled and much harder to use than cigarettes.

telegraph.co.uk/sci…rn/
pasgun10 m ago

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2016/03/12/e-cigarettes-are-no-safer-than-smoking-tobacco-scientists-warn/


Well if you read the whole article it back tracks at the end showing they just wanted a click bait title.
“What this research doesn’t do is compare the impact of electronic cigarette vapour with that of tobacco smoke, which we know is far more toxic to cells than vapour." she said.

"Electronic cigarettes are a much safer alternative source of nicotine for smokers than cigarettes, but that doesn’t mean they are risk free and we would discourage anyone who’s not a smoker from using them.”

Public Health England said it would be studying the new research.

Prof Kevin Fenton, National Director Health & Wellbeing at PHE said: “Public Health England has always been clear that e-cigarettes are not 100 per cent safe and we will carefully consider this new study and continue to be vigilant. But our major world leading review, published recently, found that e-cigarettes carry a fraction of the risk of smoking.

"This is because the harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke, including carcinogens, are either absent in e-cigarette vapour or, if present, are mostly at levels 100th to 1000th found in tobacco smoke.

“The best thing a smoker can do is quit completely now and forever. The best way to succeed is to get help from your local stop smoking service. Smokers who have struggled to quit in the past could try vaping, and vapers should stop smoking. Last year, two out of three smokers who combined e-cigarettes with expert support from a local service quit successfully."
jamesehunter1 m ago

Well if you read the whole article it back tracks at the end showing they …Well if you read the whole article it back tracks at the end showing they just wanted a click bait title.“What this research doesn’t do is compare the impact of electronic cigarette vapour with that of tobacco smoke, which we know is far more toxic to cells than vapour." she said."Electronic cigarettes are a much safer alternative source of nicotine for smokers than cigarettes, but that doesn’t mean they are risk free and we would discourage anyone who’s not a smoker from using them.”Public Health England said it would be studying the new research.Prof Kevin Fenton, National Director Health & Wellbeing at PHE said: “Public Health England has always been clear that e-cigarettes are not 100 per cent safe and we will carefully consider this new study and continue to be vigilant. But our major world leading review, published recently, found that e-cigarettes carry a fraction of the risk of smoking."This is because the harmful chemicals found in tobacco smoke, including carcinogens, are either absent in e-cigarette vapour or, if present, are mostly at levels 100th to 1000th found in tobacco smoke.“The best thing a smoker can do is quit completely now and forever. The best way to succeed is to get help from your local stop smoking service. Smokers who have struggled to quit in the past could try vaping, and vapers should stop smoking. Last year, two out of three smokers who combined e-cigarettes with expert support from a local service quit successfully."

Not going to waste my time reading anything about the deadly waste of life that is smoking, cigarettes or vaping. Sorry.
I agree with the quit smoking part at the end though...
Edited by: "pasgun" 1st Apr
pasgun10 m ago

Not going to waste my time reading anything about the deadly waste of life …Not going to waste my time reading anything about the deadly waste of life that is smoking, cigarettes or vaping. Sorry.I agree with the quit smoking part at the end though...


If you cant be bothered to read about what your preaching then what exactly do you want. Just to spoil it for people who have found it help full or just something to shake you'r fist at. Maybe you could find an actual problem that's afecting the world research it and then try and fix it without the miss informed condescension.
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