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  • Teens are vaping flavour, not tobacco
  • Teens are vaping flavour, not tobacco
    Phong Nguyen (2017) ©
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Teens are vaping flavour, not tobacco

Seen by public health officials as a gateway drug, and by ordinary citizens as a fashion crime, vaping has gotten a bad rep. But teens’ recreational vaping is far more harmless than originally thought, as the majority are inhaling purely flavoured, nicotine-free fumes. 

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