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public safety concern here of course, because of the toxicity of chlorine gas at this fire, taking orders are taking place on the location of a chemicals production company called co, which makes chlorine that's used in swimming pools, or vast quantities of chlorine pellets, reportedly stored on, on that side, a local authorities have said that several bull is not. this was several buildings are a blaze. warners reported almost collapsed, as the fire continues to burn. also a concern that the toxicity might affect residence in new york, which is ok just 21 kilometers away. no mention just how far the toxic fumes may spread at this point. ok, upset with our story and our other big stories, the sanity thanks. the company backing out
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to what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it creve even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offensive, very dramatic or development only personally and going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk less than one year ago. the 17 year old from detroit underwent a double lung transplant. previously, daniel had assumed that e cigarettes were harmless, at least that's what he had always heard. i didn't think it was dangerous. i just thought the worst that had happened was maybe getting addicted to nicotine, which at the time it didn't seem like a big deal to me because i was just a kid does do stupid things. but yeah,
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and the only really are like ours is heard that it was a healthy alternative to cigarettes like, oh, it won't hurt you. it's as good for you. stuff like that, like early wasn't sure that the american boy is one of those vapors who have gone on to develop everly. this new pulmonary disease has been linked to the use of e cigarettes. daniel consumed the same products as his friends. none of them have experienced any issues, but for daniel, in the september of 2019 his life took a dramatic turn that and i went to the e r and this is the 1st day i ever had symptoms and it just went like down from there and i forgot everything that happened for 50 days, and i, i knew long's like, literally just out of nowhere just kind of happened. daniels long, stopped functioning normally. on an x ray. healthy lungs will appear as black as
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a result of the information. daniels were white in the usa in 2019 they were around 3000 cases of everly, resulting in the deaths of over 50 people. the cause of this severe lung damage is thought to be the victim. an e acetate illegally used as a thickener in the cigarette liquids. new york's north shore hospital has also treated such patients. we were very happy when e cigarettes 1st came out because we were trying to get our smokers office cigarettes. we used this as an alternative. we gave them nicotine replacement in us, and many patients felt like they were smoking cigarettes smoked a lot less or not at all. and we were happy that this was a real alternative. so what this has turned into is very unfortunate for us because it was a harm reduction that has now turned into this unknown. so we can't, in good conscience say that it's okay to use just nicotine replacement products because we don't even know if those are safe. the theory is that the unregulated
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t h. c. mixed products are likely the biggest culprit, but we have patients who claim they have not done those and are still sick. so i don't think we have the full answer as to what's going on and some people think it's the flavor and some people think it's the oil that it's mixed in, that the long biopsies have given us different results for different patients. so we don't have a clear, consistent answer from that either. so until we know better, i can't say that it's a harm reduction for the non specialist inflammation in the lungs of every patients is easily spotted on x rays and c t scans. you can see that there is a breathing tube here in the right. and here the lungs should be nice and black like this up here. and i can see by looking at this that the lungs are not filled with air, which is what they should be stemmed. they're filled with this dense material that should not be there. this is a cat scan. we start at the top of the cat scans,
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this looks very much like normal lung starting at the top. and as we come down with the cat scan, we can see it more and more patches of white area. ours, both sides of his lungs are involved. both areas are getting wider and wider as we go down, making it very hard for oxygen to diffuse across these sick areas of lungs should never see the brown keel tree come out like this. none of it is good for our lungs . we know that in all of these products, patients, lungs are fighting to decrease the inflammatory response, fighting to clear what they're, what they're taking in. so the only thing that really your lungs are supposed to taken is healthy for your lungs as fresh air as you said. everything else is a problem and causes one disease everything. so these are the poles. after safety on sunday, i have already taken about 20 poles this morning at 830 and 9 am on. i have to take 2 more our lunch time and then about 10 more at 9 p. m.
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like my old healthy body is now dependent on all these polls to even stay alive and be able to breathe. so that's like one of the main points. so kind of messes with me. a lot of my head for daniel's mother, tammy, i'm in the new situation. means constant pill counting. she's glad her son survived at all. since the incident, his immune system is practically non existent. it causes anxiety just to make sure that he is on. he's taking his meds when he should
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keep to keep bound. then you know anti rejection. there's anti fungal, antiviral, blood pressure, medicine, lots of like every kid at school. i feel like most of them have tried or are still addicted. his twin brother is still addicted. so it's really sad when you say that he watched him go through everything in stella. dick dead and nicotine into fabbing. daniel had tried a variety of e cigarette products together with his friends. according to him, getting hold of them was no challenge. it's pretty easy for people to get them, especially around here. basically any fe, shop or anything like they dont card and they don't really care how old you are. as
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long as you look like old enough, then they don't really care. so what's happening now that they've been around for a few years, we're beginning to find evidence in the population that people usually cigarettes have more heart attacks. they have more strokes, they have more one disease and you know, every year, as we learn more, the rish get higher and you know, i think we're not quite there yet, but in the end i think we're gonna realize isha garage sure about is dangerous a cigarette shock professor sean tang works at the new york institute of environmental medicine. he and his team are studying the effects on mice of east cigarette vapor. animals that inhaled the vapor for 12 weeks showed damage to the
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dna of the lung and heart. but what happens if the mice in hail, east cigarette vapor for an entire year? the researchers have also investigated this question. the next it would be a days that way expose a mice for long period of time because cancer can usually take a couple of decades to develop like a tobacco smoke carpet that take it so your mouse a term with they had let a weapon for why year fisher almost, ah, once, no doubt, their lifespan says 20 years or so. he human term. so would attempts as smoke at their weapon full, why year? $54.00 weeks. and then we'll open up when the science is looked at the animals organs. 9 out of the 40 mice had developed a lunch humor. the scientists also found evidence of the possible development of blood cancer. the nicotine from the e cigarettes had converted into carcinogenic substances in much the same way as in
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the burning of tobacco, this a long tumor. an alarming finding. nicotine appears far from harmless to health, as is claimed, nor does nicotine vaporize zation appear to protect against nitrous amine formations in the body. from our data radiate shawnee, suppose that nicotine is carcinogenic in mice, am very potentia in human. because it there mechanism, they make it a casa tumor, is a go through, then i just, i meant, and i just, i me, has been proven yet any more custin or jan. i swear us schumann customer despite the vibrant advertising campaigns and the cutting edge design of the devices east cigarettes may not be as harmless as the manufacturers suggest.
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what we found this, that if a, with smoke tobacco seminar among the but nicotine compare that is chagrin. the dagger either seeing a damn at you observe very similar and that you fed on that being a repair. i'll reddish chimera and the inhibitor protein are very similar. so that's why i think it, there we have to be very, very careful to make that recommendation. ah mission. delores park in san francisco on a spring day in 2019 it's the place to meet for young people. in particular on the weekend. smoking is actually forbidden the park as is sleeping all smoking marijuana. instead of handing out citations, the part god prefers to explain this in a friendly manner. the jew east cigarettes is particularly popular in the usa. what's so special about this brand?
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oh, a small and it's easy to work and it's easy to figure out how he is and they sell them everywhere. so it's very available as an adult choice. i know that it kills me, but it also does to some extent provide some level of satisfaction. jewel is also an e cigarette. the liquids used in jewel devices contain nicotine. so this sets them apart. jewel uses purchase the liquids in pre filled pots inserted in the mouthpiece. ah, it's 2018 tobacco giant altria. the parents company of philip morris usa invested heavily in jewel altria, now owns 35 percent of the brands industry observe is on
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a surprise, put it's modern design. jewel is very much a cool brand. it's also extremely easy to use, all of which is highly appealing for consumers. but what makes the nicotine so so effective? according to the patient application, from the adventures of june, the nicotine souls ensure that the nicotine reaches both the physical and psychological reward pathways up to 3 times more rapidly than with conventional nicotine. what does this mean exactly? what drool figured out is by using a nicotine, schulte, and putting been joy, eric acid, in the isla, good to, to make the liquid more acidic, they can deliver much higher doses of nicotine and have people actually be able to inhale them, which makes the product much more dictate and that's why when you, when you talk to kids they, they get addicted to these things very,
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very quickly. well, here it's hot and we're doing a jewel hot box with yes. ah ah ah, the progress driven by drill shaped bankers out of those
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mental hardy is spending the 2019 summer semester in the us. the 21 year old from niece is studying marketing and management of the university of kansas. camel has been manels usual cigarettes of choice since she began smoking at the age of 13. since she's been here, she's also a jewel user. ah said you were sure i was, does he not from her? you can refer to me as well. got severe liter. her with that i did for me. so he appeared good because went up, he says it will herbert julia to see what the reversible major fear of which was he said to come in later and permitted is mere. alba welcomed me. he would you say the sofa, while jewel capsules sold in europe, can contain a maximum of 20 milligrams nicotine per millimeter. the pods over the atlantic can contain up to $59.00 milligrams per millimeter. that's because in the u. s. there
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is no legally prescribed limit for nicotine european limit values for the nicotine content of e cigarettes are one aspect of the e u tobacco products directive. but what protections of the nicotine limits of the tobacco directive actually provide? i insist 1090 jewel launched a technically modified version of its liquid pods in europe. for the older jewel pods contain the maximum amount permitted in europe of 20 milligrams of nicotine per milliliter. the new pods have cut nicotine levels to 18 milligrams per milliliter. ah, why would a tobacco company voluntarily reduce the amount of lickety, according to a recent study from the german federal institute for risk assessment and the tobacco laboratory in sig mudding, and the jewel pod sold in germany now come with a new kind of wick. ah
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ah, picture shows the which in the old version picture see shows the week in the june pods sold on the american market. the picture in the middle shows the wic in the modified version. as the image shows, it is significantly larger. what effect does this have? according to the study, the old version of the european jewel pods released an average of just over 20 micrograms with each power. the modified jewel point releases around 3 times the amount of nicotine averaging over 60 micrograms, almost as much as the amount of nicotine delivered by the liquids in american jewell devices with the technical slate of hand. the company has succeeded in
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increasing the quantity of vaporized liquid list, releases more nicotine in turn, the user inhales. although they will not be aware of this fact. this means that still decades later nicotine manipulation continues to play a major role in the industry. from phil to gate to which gate one, the filter is to tobacco cigarettes the which is to the ju e cigarettes. ah, the tobacco industry seems to keep finding ways to stretch consumer protection laws to their limits. for forties and politics have for a long time tried to put obstacles in their way in 2003, the member states of the world health assembly adopted the w h. o framework convention on tobacco control, france, germany, and the european union. but also among the signatories, the 181 countries that ratified the treaty undertook to take the following measures
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. among others, a comprehensive band on tobacco advertising limits on lobbying, a ban on sales of tobacco products to young people. launch warnings on packaging. a ban on descriptions such as mild or light and smoking bands in public spaces. the treaty came into force in 2005 was a decal who saw the cause, measure the confed. you know, such as are mod, do bought to mozambie the dreaded for some politicians. the fight against the tobacco industry has been a key policy objective. the road in france. then president shack she rack even declared a war on tobacco and not without success. the french had always known she rec, as a passionate smoker. 2 years after his declaration of war on the tobacco industry, the number of cigarettes sold in france plummeted from over 80000000000 to under 55000000000. barack obama, a smoker himself, also led by example,
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a few years after he actually rack, he signed a new anti smoking law ain't primarily at protecting children from the harmful effects of smoking each day. $1000.00 young people under the age of 18 become new regular daily smokers, and almost 90 percent of all smokers began at or before their 18th birthday. i know i was one of these teenagers and so i know how difficult to convey to break of this habit. one has been with you for a long time. year of the year, policy makers are making it harder for the tobacco industry to get their products on to the market. today, it's clear to everyone smoking is lethal. for the tobacco industry. on the other hand, every dead smoker represents a financial loss. what they need is new consumers. ah, it's fashion we kimberly marina whom and cedar is sure no latest
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creations. ah, fashion shows such as this costs up to $150000.00 euros per month. zeta counts as a star amongst the young designers of berlin. wants to present her designs to a wider audience. she needs the help of sponsors. ah, turns ons in to someone else a here saying was that it gets to shaman m. it's been static div. it's really no papa has. the password is you can mark the native of vienna also seems to appreciate her partnership with i course as a sponsor, the company provides financial support to the designer in return, the i cost is prominently displayed on the logo. i course is the new innovation
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from phillip morris ah for decades, the tobacco industry has cultivated image by sponsoring events in the areas of art and culture. oh, as far back as the 19 seventy's, philip morris was investing in jim culture in the form of major art exhibitions. ah, seeing that these are all cinnamon vall, philip morris, what are might indulge from not e, annoy philip morris, a styles i guess, as just as the voice of all dutch land fight us guns prisoners in mentioned the struggle with the dots on so on. i stand is a fairly good discussion on the got it begun most the money. heck, there's
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a team and been fun. and if god does it show on the the forbidden omit constant quick tool on this land for less to get on it last father for been they fund arch organizations, they fund women's organizations, they fund sporting groups. power, titian's political party, scientists. anybody who will take their money as a way to try to embed themselves in the culture. and they always say, oh, we're just doing it because we're good citizens. by sponsoring shows such as this, phillip morris composition. it's my cost innovation as a part of the fashion world far from the deadly world of cigarettes addiction. previously the task of art exhibitions. it's now hip fashion designers who give a positive spin on products from the very same tobacco industry. im, i'm fine. thank you very miss nathan, giggling. ha, ha ha. it's been
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a compiler given amendment at the interesting mix, match the backend of m l r m. in the title stylish. the message is using an i cost is completely normal after a 1st try use as quickly acquire a taste for the product. with will ease cigarettes work by vaporizing liquids. i cos uses a compressed form of tobacco, the so called tobacco sticks. i inserted into the top of the device. these devices do not actually burn the tobacco, but you sophisticated electronics to heat it up. that's why they're known as tobacco heaters. when used, there is no smoke vapor. there's always a morris is the market leader among the tobacco giants. they cinemas, with the legendary mouth, bro brown,
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were rich and well the old marble. and today's, because it gives of paper not smoke, it might seem help you at 1st glance, but it also contains nicotine and nicotine is addictive. prefer the eas martinez, president of the national committee against tobacco addiction needs no further convincing logic teeth than i did. he did, tba said deferral sought could his use as she has addict. i'll any good tin in opa, kids soft de logic. so any good in it or love love by holdeski d. c. she lives in the other salty de la dixie oil. any contin? biskin bass see measure vit demette, the other ladies on any good in artificial choir could you are had we have ladies with already in the 19 sixty's the tobacco industry was working on an alternative to the tobacco cigarettes i hope was to prevent smokers from quitting,
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despite growing awareness of the risk to health, even then the industry envisaged a vapor based cigarette. however, contrary to expectations, the filter cigarette continued to sell. the marketing strategies took effect and the project was discontinued. it's clear to day that the vapor cigarette was simply ahead of its time. ah. 2 the fly, you have a jigsaw puzzle where you know, quite have all the pieces in some of the pieces you have are distorted, but can you put it together enough to see what the picture is showing you? anesthesia garage are making the tobacco epidemic worse?
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