The Pros And Cons Of Electronic Cigarettes

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In the era of the nation towards Vision 2020, often hear things that bring harm to ourselves become headlines on newspapers, internet and social media. For example hottest news of the present time is the use of electronic cigarettes become more widespread in every country. Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes known as ENDS, which is mean electronic nicotine delivery systems. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), e-cigarettes are devices that allow users to inhale an aerosol that contain nicotine or other substances. Unlike traditional cigarettes, the e-cigarettes used battery and also emit non-nicotine vaporized solutions. The manufacturers replace tobacco with vaporized solution for smokers who want to avoid inhaling smoke. Tobacco smoke contains over 4,000 different chemicals, many of which are…show more content…
So as parents, they should be the main role to their children. Parents should be aware about the e-cigarettes so that parents can explain about the disadvantages e-cigarettes when children want to try e-cigarettes. Other than that, parents can educate children that e-cigarettes contain very high nicotine, which is a very dangerous drug and can make their healthy body become worse and always depend on nicotine. Parents also can detect if their children use e-cigarettes by look at the symptoms like throat irritation. Why parents should know about the symptoms? It is because e-cigarettes difficulties to detect like real cigarettes because the smell of tobacco in the cigarettes. Besides, parents can also open discussion among children. So, parents can listen about their opinion and give detail explanation about this issue. If parents are smoking, try to avoid smoke in front of children. Because children will follow that what parents do. Everything that parents do, children will take it seriously. This is because in their mind, they think anything what parents do is all good to

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