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Vaping: a more balanced message | Michigan Public Health (4:22)

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Submit an original post, in your own words citing at least 1 published source- our textbook counts, that answers the question or questions listed for the assignment (at least 250 words long- prepared in advance) posted by the deadline. Write your post as if it were a written assignment that you would turn in. Many people have points deducted because they submit their posts using slang language, e-mail or a text message formats. Note: Do not forget to capitalize the letter “I”. If you need help using proper grammar click onto the external links button and use the Purdue Owl Writing center. Step 2 – Watch the two YouTube videos on Vaping (one discusses the problems with vaping nicotine and other substances, and the other video discusses the benefit of using vaping as an alternative to smoking if you are a smoker and want to quit).
Video 1-https://youtu.be/9dZS_Rniak0 (Links to an external site.)
E-cigarettes and vaping – David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (4:38)
Video 2-https://youtu.be/FvRkTORuClc (Links to an external site.)
Vaping: a more balanced message | Michigan Public Health (4:22)
Main Post: Imagine that someone you know has decided to start vaping. They can be a friend or relative, older or younger. You can also choose why they decided to start (to be trendy, to try out flavors, to quit cigarettes, to find a smokeless alternative, etc.) Write a compelling case about why you’re for or against their decision. As you build your arguments, include one or two strong pieces of evidence that support your viewpoint. You cannot use the videos but your source(s) must be reputable and also cited in proper APA/MLA format at the end of your post Your post length must be a minimum of 250 words.

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