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Expert highlights dangers of e-cigs


REPORTER: ABIGAIL AND JESS THE
E-CIGS ARE DESIGNED TO LOOK LIKE
SOMETHING AS SMALL AS A FLASH
DRIVE TO HIDE IT FROM ADULTS. I’M TOLD HERE IN OKLAHOMA 1/6
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ARE USING
THEM.>>FLAVORS BRING KIDS TO THE
PRODUCT. NICOTINE ADDICTS THEM AND MAKES
IT HARD FOR THEM TO QUIT. AND I DON’T THINK ANY OF US WANT
THAT FOR THE CHILDREN OF OUR
STATE.>>IT MAY LOOK OR SMELL GOOD,
BUT IT’S BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH.>>IT MIGHT BE A CRÈME BRULE, A
MANGO, OR SOMETHING THAT IS VERY
SWEET. IN THEIR MINDS IT’S A VERY
HARMLESS PRODUCT
REPORTER: JULIE BISBEE, WITH
ANTI TOBACCO GROUP TSET, SAYS,
THEY’VE BEEN WORKING ON
EDUCATING PEOPLE ACROSS THE STATE FOR YEARS, ABOUT THE
DANGERS OF VAPING PRODUCTS.>>E-CIGARETTES ARE THE MOST
COMMONLY USED TOBACCO PRODUCT BY
USE IN OUR STATE AND THAT’S VERY
ALARMING ITS HARD FOR PARENTS TO
CATCH IT. IT’S HARD FOR EDUCATORS TO KNOW
REPORTER: SHE SAYS PRESIDENT
TRUMP’S ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY, TO
PULL FLAVORED E-CIGS OFF THE
SHELVES, HIGHLIGHTS HOW THINGS
ARE NATIONWIDE.>>THESE VAPOR DEVICES ARE
UNREGULATED, THEY DON’T HAVE
CAUGHT UP STANDARDS, AND
EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET NOW HAS
NOT BEEN VETTED BY THE FDA. REPORTER: THE TRUMP
ADMINISTRATION PLANS TO ROLL OUT
A NEW ENFORCEMENT POLICY
EXPECTED IN THE COMING W

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