The Economist

The Economist

clock28 days ago
{American teenagers have taken to vaping faster than any other substance since surveys of drug use in the country began. ⁠
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In 2017 more than one in ten eighth-graders (mainly 12- to 14-year-olds) said they vaped nicotine in the past year. Among high-school seniors (aged 17 to 18) the figure was 37%. Nearly 21% reported vaping in the past 30 days, up from 11% the previous year. ⁠
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Should flavoured e-cigs be banned? Tap on the link in our bio to find out. ⁠
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#vaping #vape #smoking #nicotine #ecigarettes⁠
⁠ != null ? American teenagers have taken to vaping faster than any other substance since surveys of drug use in the country began. ⁠
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In 2017 more than one in ten eighth-graders (mainly 12- to 14-year-olds) said they vaped nicotine in the past year. Among high-school seniors (aged 17 to 18) the figure was 37%. Nearly 21% reported vaping in the past 30 days, up from 11% the previous year. ⁠
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Should flavoured e-cigs be banned? Tap on the link in our bio to find out. ⁠
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#vaping #vape #smoking #nicotine #ecigarettes⁠
⁠ : The Economist}

American teenagers have taken to vaping faster than any other substance since surveys of drug use in the country began. ⁠ ⁠ In 2017 more than one in ten eighth-graders (mainly 12- to 14-year-olds) said they vaped nicotine in the past year. Among high-school seniors (aged 17 to 18) the figure was 37%. Nearly 21% reported vaping in the past 30 days, up from 11% the previous year. ⁠ ⁠ Should flavoured e-cigs be banned? Tap on the link in our bio to find out. ⁠ ⁠ #vaping #vape #smoking #nicotine #ecigarettes⁠ ⁠

  • Glenn Southam

    clock28 days ago

    Don't worry about the guns though guys 🤦🏼‍♂️

  • LeftRightCenter

    clock28 days ago

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  • Karen Struchen

    clock28 days ago

    Red states in the south care more about kids vaping than kids getting shot

  • Jiaxin

    clock28 days ago

    this is more like a battle between traditional cigs and e-cigs… anyway, both of em seem to do no benefit to health

  • Mark Grasso

    clock28 days ago

    Of course they should be banned! But let’s start with immediately taxing them at Let’s say500%!

  • Jessy

    clock28 days ago

    Biggest Tobacco lobbying... Shows how our representatives are corrupt

  • Curt Knight

    clock28 days ago

    Mass. and Miss. are on the same page for the first time ever.

  • clock28 days ago

    I just hate when people do it indoors.... other than that, knock yourselves out...

  • Alicia tan

    clock27 days ago

    Humans are killed by ignorance and self-inflicted harm!

  • Alicia tan

    clock27 days ago

    Ban the product plus all carcinogenic products! Why allow the sale then waste time trying to catch the teenagers!

  • Mo Udall

    clock27 days ago

    Mississippi and Massachusetts finally agreeing on something other than having four Ss in their names

  • Carol

    clock27 days ago

    So many people falling for the hype paid for by the cigarette companies! The deaths were from fake pods made for marijuana use... have nothing to do with the legitimately sold other products which have had ZERO health issues reported. Adults don’t like anything their kids do! The older generation tried to ban rocknroll, Elvis etc. same thing

  • Quetta

    clock27 days ago

    Side effects of Capitalism! What if tobacco companies r banned!