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Stop Smoking and Stop Vaping
Both Damage your Health
Got heavy metals in your lungs? Been vaping?
Smoking and vaping have been proved to be addictive and bad for your health.
Smoking and vaping are the same industry who create and market addictive products they know are harmful.
Big tobacco is Big Vape and they are fighting regulations using the same playbook.
80% of the vaping market is controlled by Big Tobacco…Altria (Philip Morris) and RJ Reynolds.
The vaping market is expected to be worth $34 billion by 2021 and $47 billion by 2025.
Juul controls 70% of the vaping market. Altria is their biggest shareholder. Big Tobacco and Juul.
Vuse is 2nd with 10% of the market. Vuse is owned by R.J. Reynolds Vapor Company, a subsidiary of Reynolds American Inc.
In 2009, the tobacco industry was found guilty of running an illegal racketeering enterprise that was defrauding the public.
Vaping & E-Cigarettes
What are they? A vape (or vaporizer) is a device that heats a liquid to create a vapor to be inhaled. The vapor is made of fine and ultrafine particles. These particles have been found to contain propylene glycol, glycerin, nicotine, flavors, tiny amounts of toxicants, carcinogens, heavy metals, metal nanoparticles and other substances.
An e-cigarette is a type of vape that uses a nicotine-based solution. JUUL is a brand of e-cigarette.
E-cigarettes are marketed as being safer than cigarettes and can help people stop smoking, but there is very little evidence to support either claim.
Vapes and the liquid they use are barely regulated or monitored. Here are 3 articles discussing the lack of regulations and why.
Does the FDA Even Regulate E-Cigs? Actually Kinda Not
Mystery youth vaping disease reveals gaping holes in regulation
For years, Juul and its competitors have run an e-cigarette market without FDA approval