Using e-cigarettes or vaping is bad for your health, period

Millions of people worldwide are now using e-cigarettes or vaping, which are marketed as an alternative way to quit or reduce smoking tobacco—the leading cause of lung cancer, tuberculosis, and other chronic respiratory illnesses and even death. E-cigarettes are also called e-cigs, e-hookahs, electronic nicotine delivery systems, vape pens, vapes and tanks systems. These are battery-powered devices containing liquid nicotine, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other chemicals and flavorings that are converted into aerosol, which users inhale into their lungs. Take note that e-cigarettes contain nicotine, the highly addictive chemical found in…

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E-cigarettes Use Prohibited on Commercial Flights

e-cigarettes use not allowed on planes

The U.S. Department of Transportation issued a final rule prohibiting the use of e-cigarettes on commercial flights—both on domestic and foreign airlines flying to, from and within the United States. According to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, “This final rule is important because it protects airline passengers from unwanted exposure to electronic cigarette aerosol that occurs when electronic cigarettes are used onboard airplanes.” Eliminating any confusion over use of e-cigarettes on commercial flights Smoking of cigarettes and other tobacco products in commercial flights has long been prohibited by the Transportation Department.…

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