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Vaping

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Transcript of Vaping

What is Vaping?
Why do people use Vape products?
What are the effects of secondhand vaping?
Although effects of second hand vape smoke are less destructive than second hand exposure to cigarette smoke, they still pose a threat to the exposed individual's health.

How are Vape products advertised?
Several companies took advantage of this big e-cigarette boom. By utilizing posters, website ads, and even television commercials, sales sky rocketed.
What other information on Vaping.
Vaping have no effects on the Oxygenation of the Heart.
It helps stopping smoking and inhabiting relapse.
It dose not stiffen the Arteries.
It has no major respiratory impact.
Second-hand vapor has nicotine, but it lacks combustible toxins.
Smokers improve their health after switching to vaping.
Second-hand exposure to vapor has no health risks.
Vaping
By:
Ashouryna Amanuel
Laura Navarro
Skye Freitas
Elizabeth Mcdonald
Thia Montoya
How does Vaping affect a person's health?
Who owns Vape companies?
What are the statistics for Vaping among high school and college students?
Do Vape products help you quit smoking?
RJ Reynolds
Lorillard
Altria (Phillip Moris)
Yes and no. For many people in America people say vaping is a gate way for people smoking. Some disagree, and say vaping has helped them stop smoking. BU's College of Communication has done a study on Vaping, and interviewed a 21 year old student who would smoke. He said now that he started vaping, he no longer smokes. Vaping is in a way like smoking, minus the tobacco. Instead it has many different flavors the public can choose to breathe in.
What are the long term consequences of vaping and secondhand vaping?
Scientists found that e-cigarette vapor contained free radical toxins similar to those found in cigarette smoke and air pollution – although at around 1% of the level of conventional cigarettes. Free radicals are highly-reactive molecules that can damage DNA and cell membranes.


Although vaping is referred to as a safer alternative to smoking cigarettes, it is not entirely safe. Thorough research on the effects on health of traditional cigarettes was not conducted until decades after their use became widespread, so you can only imagine how long likewise research on use of e-cigarettes will take. Recently, the main research that has been done to evaluate health effects of vaping was conducted in a laboratory environment and not in real time with real people.


Studies have shown that traces of formaldehyde and other carcinogens have been found in the smoke created, and therefore can cause cancer.
Vaping is the process of inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device. It is said that the vaping products were not invented until the first decade of this century by a guy named Hon Lik. But after quite some research, it was discovered that it was originated in the 1970’s by a guy named Herbert Gilbert.

Source: http://www.google.com/patents/US3200819


Several studies have shown e-cigarettes emit levels of nickel and chromium four times higher than tobacco smoke,
http://www.theindychannel.com/news/investigation-reveals-e-cigarette-smokers-may-inhale-metal#Investigation%3A%20What's%20inside%20e-cigarettes
While the use of television advertising for tobacco products like cigarettes is illegal, e-cigarettes have discovered the loop hole.
In 1970, the U. S. placed a ban on the television advertisement of tobacco products. Several argue that e-cigarettes and vapes should not be legal to be advertized on t.v. however, since they are not tobacco products it is completely legal.
due to the public response, the legal aspect of this situation is being analyzed.
In the near future, television ads for e-cigarettes may be outlawed and we will end up continuing the same cycle as the tobacco cigarettes created
According to NPR.org web, in 2014, the use of vaping increased from 4.5 to 13.4 percent among high school students.
According to International businesses times web , Clark, M. wrote that 17 percent of high school seniors inhaled vape.
E-cigarettes were used in a closed room for two hours and studies found that, "The concentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in the indoor air increased by 20%, while particulate numbers also increased. The authors concluded that exposure to e-cigarette pollutants might be a health concern, as fine and ultrafine particles might be deposited in the lung." However, another experiment, "revealed no significant risk of harm to human health from e-cigarette emissions. In contrast, the tobacco smoke analyses mostly exceeded risk limits." It is hard to say the definite effects on health of second hand vape smoke because, "No studies have been conducted on the impact of longer second-hand exposures, exposures in children or third-hand exposures."


The percentage of high school student who use vaping is much higher that the percentage of college students who use it. About 90 percent of e-cigarette and cigarette smokers are under age 19, according to the federal statistics.
ALL of the effects of nicotine, such as addiction, are found to be common health effects of vaping when the vape product uses a liquid that contains levels of nicotine. However, not all liquids used in e-cigarettes contain nicotine.
Works Cited
Bu.edu,. 'Behind The Vapor | Research'. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.
Rogers, Kate. 'More Smokers, Hoping To Quit, Turn To Vaporizers'. CNBC. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.
Stillblowingsmoke.org,. 'Still Blowing Smoke'. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.

People use vape products because its "in". Ever since 2013-2014 it has been the talk of the world within cigarette smokers. People think that its better than smoking an actual cigarette, and sure they may be right, but it all depends on the dosage of nicotine they decide to use. A lot of people use vaping as a way to quit smoking. But it varies on how you use your vaping product.
Game Time
Camel
Newport
Marlboro
Vuse
Blu
Green Smoke Mark Ten
Bu.edu,. 'Behind The Vapor | Research'. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.

Rogers, Kate. 'More Smokers, Hoping To Quit, Turn To Vaporizers'. CNBC. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.
Sources:

"Its just water vapor" is probably the biggest lie that a person could tell himself. Nicotine is the most addictive substance on the planet and found in e-cigarettes. Nicotine can affect the way your body digests sugar, leading to insulin resistance and an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. Nicotine has also been used as an insecticide, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that it’s poisonous to humans, too. 60 mg or less can kill an adult.
Stillblowingsmoke.org,. 'Still Blowing Smoke'. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.
Treatobacco.net,. 'E-Cigarette Vapor Exposes People Sharing A Room With An E-Cigarette User To Contaminants, Including...'. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015
Sources
Sources:
Clark, M.
American Teens Use Drugs, Smoke Less, But Vape E-Cigarettes More
Clark, Meagan. 'American Teens Use Drugs, Smoke Less, But Vape E-Cigarettes More'. International Business Times. N. p., 2014. Web. 15 May 2015.

Leonard, K.
E-Cigarette Use Triples Among Teens - US News
Leonard, Kimberly. 'E-Cigarette Use Triples Among Teens - US News'. US News & World Report. N. p., 2015. Web. 15 May 2015.


Its been said that all you inhale from an e-cigarette is only water vapor, flavorings, and nicotine. Unfortunately, it’s too good to be true. Aldehyde can wreck your lung tissue, Formaldehyde can cause cancer, Benzene can cause leukemia and damage your ovaries, cadmium can cause damage to the kidneys, and lead effects almost every part of the body negatively. This are all chemicals that have been found in an e-cigarette and it's second hand smoke.

Some of the immediate effects of vaping include; headache, changes in appetite, respiratory tract irritation, dry mouth, caffeine sensitivity, or puffy/dry eyes.
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