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Really cool finish to htis one. Looks better than plain silver/black.
Indeed. It´s fashion vape
Fair enough, your purchase is now officially justified and certified
Time to take a break.
6 dead and 450 cases of vape respiratory issues investigated by US CDC. It’s an epidemic.
why only in Knasa? now Philip Morris will sell more cigarettes. Big coincidence
It’s been noted in 33 different states, one territory?
These cases are related to illegal black market THC cartridges, nothing whatsoever to do with vaping in any usual sense of the word. I'm a GP (family physician to those stateside) and it was obvious from the get-go that these were not related to normal vaping. We have hundreds of millions of people-years of vape exposure and we've never seen anything like this, any doctor or scientist with half a brain and a willingness to use it would have immediately suspected something else at play here. The CDC has significantly failed to protect public health in their fervour to tie this to normal e-cigarette use, even the FDA managed to more accurately report on this.
They do say that. But then the news coalesces the two together, as noted with CNN?
Yup, mostly to do with THC and pretty much nothing to do with regular vaping. Unfortunately, Trump is hopping on the ban bandwagon :-
(CNN)A sixth person in the United States has died from lung disease related to vaping, Kansas health officials said Tuesday. The woman was older than 50 and had a history of health problems. She became seriously ill shortly after she started using e-cigarettes and her symptoms progressed rapidly. It's not clear what type of vaping products she used, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said.
The federal investigation into the link between vaping and severe lung illnesses is ongoing and has not identified a cause, but all reported cases have indicated the use of e-cigarette products and some patients have reported using e-cigarettes containing cannabinoid products, such as THC.
New York health officials said last week that extremely high levels of the chemical vitamin E acetate were found in nearly all cannabis-containing vaping products that were analyzed as part of the investigation. At least one vape product containing this chemical has been linked to each person who fell ill and submitted a product for testing in the state.
Vitamin E acetate is now "a key focus" of the state's investigation into the illnesses, the New York Department of Health said. Some of the products that have been found to contain vitamin E acetate are candy-flavored vapes.
It's just the usual monthly scare story attack on Vaping. I don't vape THC or Candy flavours (I make my own E-Juice). I'm good . At this point it's all subjecture, nothing more
Yes, media's reporting has been poor. We should have moved early to differentiate e-cannabis use from vaping by giving it a different name, that's part of the problem here. Amongst dual-users in the affected patients testing of their nicotine containing products has been unremarkable. The last I heard listening to an interview with a toxicologist 80% of the cases had been linked with the THC products, I know that in the first state with large numbers of cases the use of these is illegal so it doesn't surprise me that some of the teenagers are not admitted using e-cannabis (and of course the black market will have arisen there due to that).
for me we are at the fruit. tried in every way to destroy the vape. and they are succeeding very well
If death cases involve bad usage of devices, namely batteries blown up, and *not* vapor inhalation itself, I truly don't care. But once there's some valid basis for vapor harmful to our lungs etc., then I'll rethink my addiction. However, I agree that vaping stuff should be subject to some legit certifications, not companies on big tobacco's payroll.
As a doctor who vapes, and a member of the governments Technical Expert Advisory Committee on e-cigarettes, I follow studies closely. At present I have seen nothing to make me reverse my position that whatever harms we eventually find are attributable to vaping, they will be significantly less than the harms of smoking tobacco. Being a doctor I am lead by the evidence, and if and when convincing evidence of significant harms (comparable to smoking) arises then my stance will change. In the UK the Royal College of Physicians will no doubt do the same if said evidence is found, they also have yet to alter course.
This made my vaping day this much better. Thank you!