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Hello blog readers, today we will discuss the latest news in vaping. We will cover three topics; California paying...
Hello blog readers, today we will discuss the latest news in vaping. We will cover three topics; California paying children to vape in propaganda videos, false formaldehyde studies in eliquid, and something a little more light hearted. Dave Chappelle, comedian, is finally quitting smoking after so many years!
A casting company in LA is looking for actors to perform in a new anti-vaping ad being paid for by the California Department of Public Health. This isn’t the first time either, the CDPH has done anti-vaping ads such as “Gonna Getcha” to show parents and adults how vaping is marketed towards children. $75 Million dollars was spent on this anti-vaping propaganda. It's saddening to lie to smokers about an alternative that could save their lives.
Now, we move on to the formaldehyde studies. This has been a damaging study done by the New England Journal of Medicine that declared vaping is a larger cancer risk compared to smoking cigarettes. A new study done by Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos has added some extra evidence.
On a happier note, comedian, Dave Chappelle was seen using a juul, similar to our iCare products, during his Netflix special on New Year’s Eve. He is known to be an extremly heavy smokers. If celebrities can quit smoking, so can you!
To read more about the California Propaganda, click here.
To read more in depth about the false formaldehyde studies, click here.
Check out more about Dave Chappelle quitting and how you can too, here