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The Promise and Peril of Vaping, Part 2: The Story of Juul

The Promise and Peril of Vaping, Part 2: The Story of Juul

Update: 2019-10-3039
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When Juul was created, the company’s founders told federal regulators that its product would save lives. Those regulators were eager to believe them. Today, part two in our series on the promise and the peril of vaping.

Guest: Sheila Kaplan, an investigative reporter for The New York Times covering the intersection of money, medicine and politics. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. 

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Kirk Magill

NYT has blood on its hands now. not that it didnt before

Oct 30th
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Rr Mathieu

by far this is one of the worse reports done by NYT. it's thc cartridges not e cigs. get your facts straight.

Oct 30th
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Gavin Milligan

also it's obvious to anyone who's done a lot of both that smoking is much worse for you

Oct 30th
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Gavin Milligan

as an adult vaper/former smoker, I can assure you that sweet flavors are the only things worth vaping, tobacco vape flavors are pretty disgusting

Oct 30th
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The Promise and Peril of Vaping, Part 2: The Story of Juul

The Promise and Peril of Vaping, Part 2: The Story of Juul