Smoking and Vaping around the kids

#1
If you still do not believe that smoking or vaping around poses a threat to your children, you need to read the following information.

Most of the smoking parents justify their negative habit by the fact that they always smoke/vape outdoors. However, the recent research shows that the smoke-residue lingering on clothes, hair, and hands can be breathed in by the children. The infants are the most vulnerable to smoke inhalations; therefore, it is better not only not to smoke/vape near them but also not to hold an infant after smoking. The smoking parents become a role model; for their children increasing a chance that the young adults start smoking.

With the rise of popularity of the e-cigs, vapes became widely spread among the teenagers. Despite vaping is much safer compared to smoking, it still is dangerous for children. Children often try to hide that they smoke or vape. Here is some useful advice on how to detect it: vapingdaily.com/health/vaping-and-parenting/.

In general, if you still doubt that smoking and vaping is harmful to your child's health as well as yours, visit VapingDaily to learn more about adverse effects of smoking/vaping.
 

Barbaro

Well-Known Member
#4
Vaper store is opening up soon across the street from me. Vaper is a big thing here in San Antonio. The other popular company is called Smoke to Live. I cannot stand the smell. I see it everywhere. At light intersections, I see them using vapor and e-hookah. Blah. I don't give crap how safe it is, but I will not hestiate to tell you to not smoke in front of me.

https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/concerns-explode-over-new-health-risks-vaping
 

Calvin

In Hazzard County
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Premium Member
#5
I have company customer who ships vapors (for e-cigs), some of the time it is not approved to ship internationally because it did not have special commodity contract to be approved to ship certain things. Customs and some countries restricts importing certain things.
 

Barbaro

Well-Known Member
#6
I have company customer who ships vapors (for e-cigs), some of the time it is not approved to ship internationally because it did not have special commodity contract to be approved to ship certain things. Customs and some countries restricts importing certain things.
Interesting. Is it illegal because it's not safe?
 

Calvin

In Hazzard County
Super Moderator
Premium Member
#7
Interesting. Is it illegal because it's not safe?
Either that or the country's laws. Many countries restricts importing medication, alcoholic beverages... Customs prohibits weapons, human remains, money to name a few. Different countries have restrictions on importing things. :)

To ship special commodities like alcoholic beverages, vapors has to have a contract to be approved. It's like liability or something like that to be approved to ship such things.
 

Barbaro

Well-Known Member
#9
Either that or the country's laws. Many countries restricts importing medication, alcoholic beverages... Customs prohibits weapons, human remains, money to name a few. Different countries have restrictions on importing things. :)

To ship special commodities like alcoholic beverages, vapors has to have a contract to be approved. It's like liability or something like that to be approved to ship such things.
Customs prohibits human remains? How come? What if someone dies and requests to be buried overseas?
 

Calvin

In Hazzard County
Super Moderator
Premium Member
#10
Customs prohibits human remains? How come? What if someone dies and requests to be buried overseas?
I'll have to check into the internal company site for the list, it's possible that's on the company's side due to liability. I'll get back to you on this one. :)
 

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