The gadgets, which have been on the market for four years, mimic the look of cigarettes, but because they contain no tobacco and far fewer chemicals are widely seen as safer. Yet as prices drop and more people are using them to quit smoking or circumvent smoke-free laws, new studies are questioning their use. Researchers say they may addict kids to nicotine or irritate bystanders with their vapor, but the industry says they do far more good than harm.I'm not sure whether this is subliminal propaganda with a bit of "plausible deniability" mixed in or not. It mentions the faux pas points we all fight against but then it gives comments by people that are positive. Good or bad?
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