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September 19, 2019
Vaping has grown in popularity over the last few years. Some see e-cigarettes as a relatively safe alternative to the real thing, but new reports on possible links between vaping and lung disease, as well as a small number of deaths, have a lot of people worried. And just last week, President Trump announced that the Food and Drug Administration will move to force e-cigarette companies to stop selling flavored products – an attempt to lessen the appeal for young people.
On this episode of All IN, guest host Jill Sheridan talks with health and policy experts about how the issue is being addressed. What can be done to curb youth vaping? Are some efforts unfair to small business owners? What more needs to be done in Indiana?
Jill also talks with two guests about the upcoming annual AIDS walk in Indianapolis.
Pulmonologist at Riley Children’s Health
Director of Government Relations at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
Deputy Health Commissioner and State Epidemiologist
Director of HIV/STD Viral Hepatitis Division at the Indiana State Department of Health
President & CEO of The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis