IN THE NEWS: (TENNESSEE) DOH falsely claims “substantial evidence” that #vaping increases future smoking risk (vs. those who vape likely already at risk to smoke); irresponsibly claims vapers “may be” less likely to quit smoking than smokers who don’t vape.
Tennessee Department of Health Issues Updated Public Health Advisory on E-Cigarettes – Clarksville, TN Online
THE MORE YOU KNOW: (KENTUCKY) High school #smoking down to 14.3% (2017) from 16.9% (2016)! #Vaping products (2017) use at 14.1% (according to Truth Initiative). Clearly no “gateway effect,” yet health advocates still want to ban flavors/indoor use & tax??
This article was originally published at CASAA