In the past couple years, vaping a become a popular thing. And as more, more people adopt the trind, some people think we should put regulations and bans on how and where vaping is done. And as a vaper myself feel that we should have some regulations but we shouldn’t go as far as putting bands on it. Organizations like The American Heart Association and The World Health Organisation have pitch in their ideas on the ban and have said what it could do for the people’s and the country’s health. And before we put bands on vaping we should first research more into the effects of vaping.
On one hand, The American Heart Association think that vaping could help improve the health of Americans, especially those who are trying to quit smoking. “There's research indicating that e-cigarettes may help smokers quit entirely.” Of course they want there to be regulations like: to cut back on promoting flavors that may appeal to young people and kids. The A.H.A think that vaping should be put under the as regulations as other tobacco products and the A.H.A do see there being a…show more content… The W.H.O wants to see regulation on the sell of vaping produces as major tobacco companies have gain interest in the sells. And because these companies want a greater share in the market which as already gain 3 billion in sales last year. They also added that e-cigarettes expose non-smokers and bystanders to nicotine. And that ever if the second-hand smoke from vaping isn’t as harmful as smoking cigarettes, they still can have effect on the people around you. In their report they state:” Short-term effects of ENDS use include eye and respiratory irritation caused by exposure to propylene glycol. Serious short-term health problems may occur but are very rare.” The long term effects of e-cigarette are unknown, but vaping does present a positive charge from the use of