POLL: With Possible Smoking Ban Coming to School Campuses, Should Yeshivas Encourage E-Cigarettes?

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8 COMMENTS

  1. All of those voting no – must mean that no smoking is better than E Cigs.

    THAT WAS NOT THE QUESTION!!!

    The question is that since there are many existing smokers – should yeshivas encourage them to switch to E Cigs – YES OF COURSE THEY SHOULD!!!

    I work in the business world and almost no one smokes real cigarettes anymore as they’re all smoking E Cigs. Are E Cigs healthy? Who knows. But they’re definitely more healthy than cigarettes.

    I’m shocked when I still see so many yeshiva guys smoking real cigarettes with the availability of a healthier option.

  2. Your approving for instutions to endorse an alternative habit. Forget the liability issues is what your saying? Business world real world all the same. The jury is still out on vaping, and there are some serious health risks involved. Children have ingested some of the colorful flavors and got very sick. Just one ingredient that is used in anti freeze is a main component. The whole trend/fad is disturbing. Would you suggest the yeshiva only serves pizza or fried food at every meal because cheap and convenient? Why would anyone want to introduce anything toxic internal to their body? Would you allow your kids vape away? Btw I’m a former smoker and quit over 20 years of four (4) packs a day.

  3. I know someone who stopped smoking for about 3 years and when e-cigs came out he took up that habit. About 2 months in he was feeling lethargic and weak. I suggested to him that perhaps he should take a break from the e-cig and see how he feels in a week, well needless to say he never went back to it. Enough said.

  4. My son was never into smoking, but since kids started E cigs, it has been a fad in school. The worse part for a parent, is that you CANNOT know if your son smokes them because it’s not like regular cigarettes that smell. So just beware, if your son is not open with you about them, you may not know that he is smoking.

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