and better yet, it's headlined "For those trying to quit smoking, is vaping a safe alternative?" In case you've been under a rock or don't want to read a fox news article, the answer is yes. Harm reduction has always been the front running line of everyone in the eLiquid and vape world, since day one, and now it looks like the main stream narrative has begun to abandon this vape hysteria.
The article itself is a simple interviewee piece, focusing on a Georgian native Brandon Curtis, who had been a smoker since he was a young lad. The narrative is basically what pro-vape people have been saying all along. "Me and my wife tried cold turkey," Curtis said. "We tried the nicotine gum, the patches -- all that type of stuff and it just never really worked well for us."
I'm just going to cherry pick and quote the article, because it has to be seen to believe how radically this narrative has shifted.
"That's when Curtis says he found E-cigarettes, also known as vapes.
And after giving it a try, he found out he can use those to wean himself off the nicotine. Curtis says the difference with a vape is you can control how much nicotine is in each.
According to the CDC, E-cigarettes have the potential to help adult smokers who aren't pregnant if people use them as a complete substitute for regular cigarettes."
Amazing, right? Here's a link if you want to see it for yourself. Not even a week into 2019 and already we're starting to see the complete change in tone and approach to vaping.