The US may restrict the sale of flavoured e-cigarettes because of potential harm to teenagers. But evidence suggests vaping is much less dangerous than smoking and can help people quit – including adults who like an array of flavours
16 June 2022
Sales of flavoured vapes could soon be severely restricted in the US, ostensibly to protect young people from potential harm. While deterring teenagers from vaping may seem like a step in the right direction, many public health researchers worry that such a move could do more harm than good.
Nearly two-thirds of US adults perceive e-cigarettes as either more harmful or just as harmful as combustible cigarettes, according to survey results published this month by the American Cancer Society. Only 11 …