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Two young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs set out to rid the world of smoking with an incredible new product. The device stands to disrupt the tobacco industry and make them rich, until it falls into the wrong hands and lives are ruined. From classrooms to hospitals, boardrooms to the Oval Office, what can be done to protect teenagers and is it too late? From Laura Beil, the reporter behind Dr Death and Bad Batch, comes The Vaping Fix, the inside story of the rise of Juul and the making of a crisis.Available exclusively on Wondery+ or on Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. Join Wondery+ here: https://wonderyplus.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Playing with Fire | 1

Playing with Fire | 1

2021-05-1042:0523

James Monsees and Adam Bowen, two Stanford graduate students, have an idea - one they believe could save millions of lives and rid the world of smoking. The goal is personal: they’re both smokers. But even good intentions can have unintended consequences?Available exclusively on Wondery+ or on Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription. Join Wondery+ here: https://wonderyplus.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies.One of the longest running true crime podcasts out there, Generation Why has a little something for every true crime listener.Follow The Generation Why Podcast on Amazon Music, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Or you can listen ad-free by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app. Listen here: wondery.fm/VF_GenWhyOctSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sheree Warren left her job in Salt Lake City on a mild October evening in 1985. She told a coworker she was headed to meet her estranged husband, Charles Warren, at a car dealership. But she never made it, Sheree vanished.When a young mother disappears under unexplained circumstances, police always turn suspicious eyes towards the husband. And although there was distrust around Charles Warren, he wasn’t the only suspect when Sheree went missing. She also had a boyfriend, a former cop named Cary Hartmann, who lived a sinister double life.Season three follows two suspects– men who both raised suspicion for investigators. But with two strong persons of interest with competing facts and evidence, it muddied the murder investigation. This season, host Dave Cawley, digs into the lives of these two men, the details of the case and examines the intersections between domestic abuse and sexual violence. The COLD team seeks to answer the question: what really happened to Sheree Warren?Listen to Cold—exclusively on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Download the Amazon Music app now: www.amazon.com/COLD_us_hfd_wiaa_110122.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
For more than three and a half decades, the disappearance of 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews was a mystery – a riddle neither authorities nor her family members could solve. Jonelle’s face had been on milk cartons nationwide. Even the President of the United States had appealed to the public for help. Still, every lead had fizzled. Every person of interest had turned out to be a dead end.Then, in 2019, Jonelle’s remains were unearthed near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. With the discovery came a troubling new question: Had the truth been hiding in plain sight the entire time? From Campside Media and Wondery comes season two of SUSPECT. The team digs into one of the most mind-bending cold cases in modern history, in an attempt to separate fact and fiction, compulsion from guilt, and true-crime fandom from a motive for murder.Hey Prime Members, listen to the Amazon Music exclusive podcast, SUSPECT: Vanished in the Snow, in the Amazon Music App. Download the app today: www.amazon.com/SUS_us_hfd_wiaa_110122See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Comments (17)

Brian Devore

why aren't you fighting this hard against big tobacco???

Jun 29th
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Bill Thorpe

kids should go back to smoking cigarettes. much better alternative. And leave vaping the fuck alone.

Jun 22nd
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Tammy D. Schmidt

Apple does make products that can be argued that are "addictive", be it FOMO, peer pressure, the Right-to-repair issues, and proprietary accessories.

Jun 22nd
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cclk

This episode is a BIT silly. The producer/host is so defensive of the individuals behind Juul that she shuts down any semblance of critical analysis on the part of the other speakers. Kind of defeats the purpose of this episode and makes you rethink her slant on the rest of the series...

Jun 22nd
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An-D

I agree with Jul however the Stanford professor analysis was total B.S. but that's the majority of Ivy league academia they just fine something from nothing.

Jun 22nd
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An-D

Jul paints a tale of unintended consequences but how can you work in advertising and be so ignorant about the consequences of advertising. It was intentionally targeted toward young people.

Jun 22nd
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🤨

This is a very terrible situation, but no offense, did you hear that father in the end? He blamed everyone else except himself and his wife. I mean, f**k, he found Juul several times AND a large bag of weed in his teenage son's room and still trusted his son's lies until he was completely addicted. You can kill a company or a whole industry to stop addiction, but you can kill stupidity.

Jun 15th
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Greg Knoch

some people get horny to vape, some get horny to smoke... we should all just be horny for life

Jun 6th
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Casey man

I don't condone vaping but I have said since the beginning of covid. covid was here long before we realized the symptoms of vaping were awfully similar to covid. As a person who has to deduct broken stuff everyday it pays to keep it simple. You have pneumonia oh you vape its gotta be the vape open and shut case.

May 21st
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James Anthony Schultz

This show is about the wonderful benefits of life saving vapor products, not to mention a complete disruptor of both big business and special interest groups and the billions of dollars of money the government makes off of the lives of cigarette smokers every day, right? Over 4,000 ingredients in a single cigarette vs 4 in your everyday E-liquid. I know which one I'd choose if I was addicted to nicotine. The illnesses were caused by black market THC products, they weren't even nicotine devices. Kids were hacking their juuls to vape weed. But this is the type of propaganda you get when you listen to the government when it comes to an absolute industrial disruptor like vaping. The UK gets it. The royal college of physicians, the same institute that came out in the 60s and said cigarettes were bad for you, they were laughed at then, and they're mocked now for saying that vaping is at least 95% safer than traditional combustible tobacco cigarettes. They're putting vape shops in their hospitals in the UK for fucks sake. Let's not give in to the whims and greed of the government and special interest groups, this time, eh?

May 19th
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Dana Pellegrino

Burning tobacco isn't the problem, tobacco itself is. People chew tobacco and it's still bad for you, and there's no smoke involved in that. The only way to make tobacco healthy is to not use it.

May 18th
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$@$

when?

May 12th
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