https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...refer-online-health-information-idUSKCN1T72RK “By recognizing that a majority of these young adults are seeking health sources from the internet rather than a healthcare provider, healthcare providers should help ensure that young adults receive reputable health information when it comes to tobacco products, i.e. E. Cig and cigarettes,” he said." Are they saying that it's bad that people who are smart enough to look online are finding out that vaping is vastly safer than smoking? The way they just throw the phrase "tobacco products" around who fucking knows? "Tobacco products" is not a singular item with the same risk but whoever wrote this story seems to be trying to blur the lines to make it appear that way.