What percentage of Americans are vaping, and how does this figure compare with the percentage who smoke cigarettes? How will this new technology affect trends on smoking in the U.S.? Dr. Kenneth Warner, Avedis Donabedian Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, joins the podcast to explain vaping and what effect -- good or bad -- this new habit could have on the health of Americans. Later, some Americans say "nothing" is going well in the country -- listen to find out what percentage?
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While most U.S. smokers want to quit, those who smoke more than a pack a day are less likely to want to quit and are less likely to view the habit as harmful.
A large majority of U.S. adults say smoking is very harmful to smokers, while a lesser majority say secondhand smoke is very harmful.
Communities that invest in bike paths, parks, walkability and public transit have more success in key aspects of well-being.
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