Recently many people accused Juul of allegedly attracting minors through colorful advertising and packaging and CEO of Juul apologizes to parents for the teen vaping epidemic.
Today I want to share a piece of quick news with you,
The Trump administration is expected to ban some flavored vaping products. The Food and Drug Administration(FDA) has yet to come out with an official advisory– but more information will likely be released later this week.
Previous vaping bans have always been a matter of great concern.
Just saw a post on Steel City Vapor Newcastle FB page that web sales are being shut down in NSW and they have been given 3 weeks to comply otherwise they will be fined $660000.
Let me get this straight, are people surprised they are starting to enforce their laws? Or suprised that a product, that’s been labeled a tobacco product, is being grouped with other tobacco products?
My thoughts on the proposed vaping ban.
Let me know yours in the comments!
Some people around the world have been saying that the cloud of uncertainty from vape related lung diseases is not known. Whether or Canada, India, and other countries, affected by the media coverage of recent events in the United States, it’s causing a lot of panic for people.
Dialogue with Shia: The impact on his business, the public and his views on vape pens.
Now many overseas countries are also misled by this information.
India recently banned vaping. The move comes a day after New York became the second state to ban vaping.
Is it a VAPING PROBLEM? What do you think of it?
We need to talk about a recent death in APPARENT relation to vaping because this question has caused a lot of discussions and been raised by many “new to JUUL” customers.
How did vaping cause this? Does vaping really actually have anything to do with this? why is the information so vague? Why are there no facts, and why is there so much speculation? Where are the expert and specialist opinions and research into the cases?
A rise in underage vaping has authorities worried.
So a surveyn that talked to 12 to 17 year-olds showed that one in 10 young people have tried a vape pen, and of that one-third had used a cigarette in the past month.
As for vape pens’ popularity booms, safety concerns grow.
For us, it is the most important time in the history of vaping. We are working very hard to affect the outcome of this review.
We are desperate for a voice.
My question here is, why are we still so focussed only on the advocacy of vape pens in general?
Why are we hung up on trying to convince the rest of the public? Are smokers not your main point of concern?
Once the battle against the use of nicotine has been won, will that not in change mean that there would be less concern regarding vape pens?