the Herald is pulling anti-vape stuff from the Daily Mail, again. A few of the most ludicrous claims:
"e-cigarettes with sweet flavours are being targeted at school children and could get them hooked on nicotine, it has been claimed."
"….Instead an electronic inhaler vaporises <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid nicotine." Some do, some don’t.
"An American study of nearly 40,000 youths found that teenagers who had tried an e-cigarette at least once were six times more likely to try tobacco." Double eyeroll
"Dr Ram Moorthy, a spokesman for the British Medical Association, said yesterday: "Ultimately these devices do contain nicotine and young people smoking them are developing a habit which they could potentially be stuck with for life." Actually not all do. Cannot buy nic here in NZ dumbarse, generalisation much?
"There have been very worrying reports that teenagers have been asking for e-cigarettes for Christmas presents and that they have become commonplace in the playground." The playground? How about that parenting then? Has everyone taken a ….. pill? I must have been outside having a vape when that scata was being handed out. Why are some people allowed to breed even? (Yes I know thats a whole different rant/argument/discussion).