@ quackquack : you forgot exposure to direct sunlight; although sunlight is a
good source of vitamin D; overexposure can cause cancers. Foods ( candy and
sodas not included ) do have nutritional value of some sort; and at buffets
that I patronize, there is a good selection of nutritious food. Fast foods and
junk foods, like sunlight are not meant to be a significant part of your diet;
but, they have a modicum of food value. What is the rate of cancer produced by
bacon ? Vaping has no food value, not even the quick energy boost of sugars.
Using vaping as a 'hazardous - free way to nicotine addiction is
Mean while people will continue to eat a quarter to half pound of fried beef
with bacon, (bacon a processed meat that the World Health Organization has deem
to be carcinogen) and processed cheese, A side of Potatoes deep fried in oil
with a heavy amount of sodium, and to top it off, 91+ grams of Sugar, or
high-fructose corn syrup which can be made from genetic modified organisms aka
GMO, Phosphoric Acid, Carbonation and caramel coloring is no. 2 of which the
FDA has found to be carcinogenic. But lets ban vapes and complain
about Insurance Premiums while scarfing down a Micky Dees or half a Pizza, and
don't get me started on those all you can eat buffets.
Nicotine? JWH-018? Oil of filth made in a crack lab and purchased online?Anything can be vaped. This paraphernalia should be outlawed.
To answer the question of the headline, they do. At least in those
"government schools" in their health classes. I guess it would be great
if the young people listened to the adults on this and even the government
Wow, what a bold statement. 'Kids shouldnt vape nicotine.'Kudos Desnews.
Refraining from smoking in any form is a no-brainer. That anyone would want to
even try it is unbelievable. But millions do....... We'll all have to
shell out for higher insurance premiums due to such behavior, given some time,
as that practice will eventually extract a price.
Really? More call for big government involvement? Why should the government get
involved? Parents and adults should be sufficient. Gun violence actually kill
people. Where's the call for government warnings and campaigns for
awareness? How about skiing and snowboarding? That can be high risk, sometimes
leading to death. Let's spend tax dollars to warn about the dangers. Over
100 kids, everyday are admitted to ER's due to skateboard accidents. We
must have a government led ad campaign to protect the kids. C'mon.
It's time to get back to common sense. This from a conservative newspaper
in a very red State that constantly rails about "Government Overreach"
and "Government waste". Parents need to take responsibility for their
kids and adults need to take responsibility for themselves.
Vaping is allowed in the "Utah Patients" Ballot Initiative. Furthermore
anyone who is at risk for opioid dependency qualifies for "medical" card
to get some cartridges. Anyone uneasy about allowing legal sales of marijuana
vapes might want to ask the question where is the money for their million dollar
campaign come from?? Patients? Utah?