In the age of social media, it’s become common practice to spread misinformation in order to further a narrative. Unfortunately, facts and the truth they represent come under intense scrutiny and are sometimes just brushed aside. This is an occurrence we see often with extremely polarizing issues. And this is what leads us to the tug of war we are seeing in the world of vaping. With its tremendous rise in popularity over the past couple of years, there has been an intense focus on both the risks and benefits that come from vaping.
This focus was magnified in 2019 when we were faced with a full-blown vaping epidemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control (2020), the first vaping-associated lung illnesses were identified in Illinois and Wisconsin in April 2019, with cases peaking in September 2019 and slowly declining thereafter. In all, the CDC reported that there were a total
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