Some call them e-cigs, some call ’em vaporizers, some call ’em e-hookas. But whatever you call ’em, the World Health Organization is calling them “dangerous.” And there’s a new push to curb e-cigarettes and vaping at any indoor public places. It’s a topic that has people fuming.
If you’ve been living on Mars for the past few years, e-cigs and vaporizers are electronic doo-hickies that use batteries to heat a coil and turn a liquid into vapor. That liquid is usually flavored, and most often has nicotine added. And it’s a big hit with the kids. More than 250,00 teens say they’ve tried them, triple the number from three years ago. It’s actually become kind of a sub-culture, with people customizing their “vapes” and holding cloud contests.
So what do you think? Should vaping be banned everywhere indoors?
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