Good background but zero science re: health claims
This podcast does a good job telling the story of how Juul began. But throughout all the episodes, they continue to use Juul’s main marketing message: that vaping is not as unhealthy as smoking traditional cigarettes. Yet there is no actual science, evidence, data to suggest that this is true and the show just leaves you with the impression that you should vape instead of smoke cigarettes. We actually have no clue if vaping is “safer” - and if you include the public health perspective (ie that hundreds of thousands of kids picked up vaping who would never have picked up a cigarette) then in fact it’s NOT a safer alternative. I just feel like this whole podcast was actually pretty pro-vaping, when the science is just NOT there for us to determine if vaping is safer. A hell of a lot of those unsubstantiated claims are made without any evidence to back it up.
Nkd1989 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/22/22
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Clearly many of those who underrated this podcast claiming that this is non issue are not looking at any of the public health/scientific literature. Nicotine is a dangerous neurotoxin, not to mention highly addictive. This is a very informative podcast. ~PhD, MPH
Midlife67 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/25/21
I think it’s cool to get into detail behind the scenes of big corporations like Juul. Make more episodes pls and thanks for making this!😁p.s Stay safe everyone!😷
l love you guys via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/22/21
That guys claims he didn’t know Juul’s had nicotine for 2 years until he got sick. However that very same kid says he bought it at the store. All Juul products have a nicotine warning covering almost 1/2 of the box. Plus they have nicotine listed as an ingredient in the back. So was he blind?...Read full review »
hekdokensb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/29/21
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