NYU Analysis finds Most Young People Do Not Vape, and Even Fewer Regularly

Just yesterday, NYU released a news release stating their analysis disproves the notion that young people vaping is an “epidemic”. In fact, they found quite the opposite, in that young people barely vape at all, especially regularly.

NYU’s study, which you can read here published in Nicotine & Tobacco Research, shows that over 80 percent of youth do not use ANY tobacco & over 86 percent don’t vape. Those who do vape, were found NOT to be regular users, AND the study revealed that MOST youth who vaped were also FORMER smokers. This news couldn’t be any better, and could be some of the best results we’ve seen in some time. Most youth don’t vape, and if they do, they’re former smokers, but not regular vapers. Why is the media not picking this up!?

NYU talks about how the recent survey done by the FDA & CDC shown a concerning increase in youth vaping, it was frequency and patterns of use that was left out. Funny enough, those are the most important metrics when determining use.

Check out the full article and study, and make sure to share this post with your friends and family to reveal the truth about this so called “youth vaping epidemic”. Hopefully these lies, along with many others the media purported recently – like “lung disease” or “seizures” – the mainstream will start to wake up to the corruption surrounding health and harm reduction.

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