Summary- Compclass

Vaping has become a very popular trend among teenagers to people in their early twenties. Now many of these people are being treated for life treating illnesses due to vaping, but it is unknown what inside these devices are causing these illnesses. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently issued a warning to vape users to stop buying cannibus off the street and e-cigarette products. People don’t know the harm of buying these drugs off the street and putting them into their bodies.

Researchers are really trying to look for a connection on how vaping THC and nicotine are sending people to the hospital for life treating illnesses. Some of these lung illnesses are being caused by vegetable glycerin which is made from vegetable oil and when being inhaled some of these oils get into the lungs which are extremely harmful. With that being said, there are still many loose ends linking vaping to these life threatening illnesses. The FDA needs to regulate these chemicals that are inside the vape juice because running tests on people who come into the hospitals due top vape illnesses will not get anything accomplished when trying to figure out what is inside them. Vaping has become and epidemic and needs to be stopped before more people die from using THC and e-cigarette products.

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1 Response to Summary- Compclass

  1. davidbdale says:

    What you blame for the epidemic is pretty unclear, compclass, as well as what you recommend as a solution. You should be using the available evidence to press a position instead of complaining that the situation is too complicated to understand. PURPOSEFUL summary.


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