VAPING HAS ‘NOT RE-NORMALISED’ TOBACCO SMOKING AMONG TEENAGERS, SAYS STUDY

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    "renormalisation" is laughable.
     
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    Yep. My daughter is 21. She neither smokes nor vapes. She's been at PSU's main campus for three years now, and makes the following observation: Smoking is considered completely uncool among her age cohort, and it's quite rare to see someone smoking. Vaping is considered acceptable though, and quite a fair number of her peers do vape.
     
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    I was never worried about "cool", but vaping absolutely does less damage to rugs, furniture, paint, clothing, etc.

    In that wise alone, you'd think folks would grok the benefits - and the lack of fire-potential as well as stink.

    Mind you, isn't that age-group the one that was eating Tide-pods and bath-salts?
     

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