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0:00 vaping can be quite the controversial 0:02 topic and even confusing at times now we 0:05 actually did a video on vaping about two 0:06 years ago where a lot of these debates 0:08 and questions came up so in today’s 0:10 video we’re going to reiterate some of 0:12 these questions in these debated Topics 0:14 by discussing the risks of vaping 0:16 certain lung conditions associated with 0:18 vaping as well as talk about if anything 0:20 has changed over the past two years 0:22 about what we do and don’t know about 0:24 vaping and of course we’ll have to have 0:26 a little talk about how vaping compares 0:28 to traditional cigarette smoking it’s 0:31 going to be an important one so let’s do 0:33 this 0:36 foreign 0:53 so let’s start by revisiting the first Is Vaping Bad? What the Healthcare Professionals say… 0:56 big question is vaping bad for you well 0:59 I think we can definitely say that 1:00 vaping is not going to improve your 1:02 health especially the health of these 1:04 little Beauties the lungs but the 1:06 overall consensus from the medical 1:07 community is that vaping is not worth 1:09 the potential risks and we’re going to 1:11 go over these potential risks in just a 1:13 second but even though the overall 1:15 consensus is that vaping should be 1:17 avoided the point of this video is not 1:19 to say that people that do vape are bad 1:21 because frankly after working with 1:23 patients for years now and I can even 1:25 throw myself into this we all could make 1:27 improvements in our lifestyle choices 1:29 and improve what we put into our bodies 1:30 in order to optimize our health we’re 1:33 going to talk a little bit about health 1:34 optimization in this video but let’s get 1:37 into these actual risks when it comes to 1:39 vaping so that we can all make informed 1:41 decisions and create our own personal 1:42 risk assessment one of the main known Lung Injury Due to Vaping (EVALI) 1:44 short-term risks of vaping is still a 1:47 lung condition called e-cigarette or 1:49 vaping product use Associated lung 1:51 injury or what we’re just going to call 1:53 evolving now in certain situations this 1:55 could be quite severe and even 1:57 life-threatening and this really started 1:59 to be noticed around 2019 when patients 2:01 were coming in with cough shortness of 2:04 breath chest pain fever headache 2:07 dizziness and sometimes even vomiting 2:09 and diarrhea now many of these symptoms 2:11 were similar to symptoms that somebody 2:12 might experience with a lung infection 2:14 like pneumonia and in certain situations 2:16 many of these patients were initially 2:18 thought to have pneumonia but unlike 2:21 pneumonia evoli is not caused by a 2:25 pathogen but rather induced by vaping 2:27 however the exact mechanism of how and 2:30 why vaping induces evoli is still not 2:33 entirely clear so there were studies 2:35 done where many patients underwent a 2:37 procedure called a Broncho alveolar 2:39 lavage now this is typically done with a 2:41 bronchoscopy or a bronchoscope which is 2:44 a tube that has a camera on it and they 2:46 would take that tube down the trachea 2:48 and into the bronchi and then go deeper 2:50 down into the Airways so that they could 2:52 visualize the Airways and then they 2:53 would inject a saline solution and this 2:56 is the lavage part where they would 2:58 essentially wash the Airways and gather 2:59 a sample and what they found in many of 3:02 these samples with patients with the 3:03 volley was quite interesting 94 of Is THC and Vitamin E to Blame For Lung Injury (EVALI) 3:06 patients with evolate in one particular 3:08 study were found to have THC in vitamin 3:10 E acetate as part of their bronchial 3:12 alveolar lavage samples now they did 3:14 find other substances at lower and 3:16 varying degrees things like nicotine CBD 3:19 oils and other plant oils and even 3:21 certain heavy metals like nickel tin and 3:23 lead but because of the strong 3:24 correlation of vitamin E acetate in THC 3:27 that causes CDC and other health 3:29 organizations to recommend against 3:31 vaping in particular with products or 3:34 cartridges that contain vitamin E 3:36 acetate and THC now this was The Stance 3:38 of these organizations two years ago 3:40 when we did our original video and today

Here’s the review for the first part of the YouTube video transcript:

The video starts by acknowledging the controversy and confusion surrounding vaping. The host mentions that they previously discussed vaping and received questions and debates on the topic. In this video, they aim to address some of these questions and debates, focusing on the risks of vaping, lung conditions associated with vaping, any changes in knowledge over the past two years, and a comparison between vaping and traditional cigarette smoking.

The host states that vaping is not likely to improve one’s health, especially concerning lung health. They mention that the medical community generally agrees that vaping carries potential risks, and they will explore these risks in the video. However, they clarify that the intention is not to label people who vape as bad, as everyone can make improvements in their lifestyle choices for better health.

The first known short-term risk of vaping discussed is a lung condition called e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury (EVALI). The symptoms of EVALI include cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, fever, headache, dizziness, vomiting, and diarrhea. These symptoms resemble those of a lung infection like pneumonia, but EVALI is caused by vaping, not a pathogen. The exact mechanism of how vaping induces EVALI is still unclear.

The video mentions a study where bronchoalveolar lavage (a procedure involving washing the airways and collecting a sample) was performed on patients with EVALI. Interestingly, 94% of the patients in one study had THC and vitamin E acetate in their samples, along with other substances like nicotine, CBD oils, plant oils, and certain heavy metals. However, due to the strong correlation between vitamin E acetate and THC, health organizations recommend against vaping products or cartridges containing these substances.

The review of the first part of the transcript provides a clear introduction to the topic of vaping, acknowledges the risks associated with it, and highlights the specific lung condition EVALI. It also mentions the study findings regarding THC and vitamin E acetate in EVALI cases. The review sets the stage for further discussion on the risks and comparisons between vaping and smoking.

Please let me know if you would like a review of the remaining parts of the transcript!


Here is the second part;

3:42 these organizations still haven’t really 3:45 changed their stance so now we need to 3:47 have a little bit of a checkpoint 3:48 because as we learned from our previous 3:50 video in the comments or what we’ll 3:51 refer to as constructive feedback people 3:54 can get quite protective with their THC 3:57 consumption they don’t seem to care as 3:58 much about the vitamin E part but the 4:00 THC can be very protective and in all 4:03 seriousness people did bring up some 4:05 valid questions and points regarding 4:06 this connection of THC and a volley in 4:09 this type of lung injury so I think it’s 4:11 fair for us to address it in a couple of 4:12 different ways first none of the studies 4:15 that we’ve mentioned in this video or 4:16 the previous video have stated that THC 4:18 or vitamin E acetate are the definitive 4:21 causes of evoli but rather it was due to 4:24 that strong correlation of 94 plus a lot 4:28 of the long-term possible unknown 4:30 effects of vaping that caused many of 4:32 these organizations to recommend 4:34 avoidance with vaping with some of these 4:36 particular ingredients that we’ve 4:38 mentioned and speaking of ingredients 4:39 many will state that it is the other 4:41 ingredients rather than the THC or the 4:44 vitamin E that are to blame for the 4:46 negative outcomes of vaping and evoli 4:48 and they’ll often cite like lower 4:50 quality vaping sources or vaping 4:52 cartridges from unknown known sources 4:54 that could potentially contain 4:55 contaminants or ingredients that are 4:58 contributing to these problems and these 5:00 concerns are actually worth exploring in Concerning Places People Get Their Vaping Products 5:03 one particular study of 573 individuals 5:05 affected with the volley the majority of 5:07 these people reported getting vaping 5:10 products from illicit off the street 5:12 sources or from informal sources like 5:15 friends and family and others even 5:17 reported that they created their own 5:18 homemade liquid that they added to 5:21 previously used cartridges did some of 5:23 the patients in this study with a volley 5:25 report getting their vaping products 5:27 from more reputable I guess more vetted 5:29 sources yes but you can see how this 5:32 totally muddies the water with all these 5:35 particular vaping products from 5:36 different sources with potential 5:38 different ingredients or contaminants 5:39 that could contribute to possible 5:42 negative outcomes of vaping so that Why Vaping in Young People is Worrisome 5:45 gives us a bit of information to digest 5:47 with one of the main short-term risks of 5:49 vaping that risk of developing a volume 5:51 and we’re going to come back to this in 5:53 THC in the other ingredients but for us 5:55 to kind of put the whole picture 5:57 together with vaping we have to look a 5:59 little bit further down the road with 6:01 some of the long-term potential risks 6:03 one of the main long-term concerns with 6:05 vaping is how it’s affecting the younger 6:07 population those that are in middle 6:09 school and high school and at the end of 6:12 2022 the FDA and the CDC released data 6:15 that estimated 1 in 10 or 2.5 million 6:18 people in those age groups were 6:20 utilizing e-cigarettes or some sort of 6:22 vaping products yes there is concern 6:24 that they could potentially develop 6:25 evoli in the short term but many of The 6:28 Vaping products also contain things like 6:30 nicotine so there’s concerns for 6:32 developing long-term dependence or 6:34 addiction and also potentially creating 6:36 a gateway to trying other things or in 6:38 other words could this increase their 6:40 risk of maybe wanting to try something 6:42 like traditional cigarettes and speaking Vaping vs Smoking: Can Vaping Help People Quit Smoking? 6:44 of traditional cigarettes let’s talk 6:46 about two things one how do they compare 6:48 as far as which one’s better which one’s 6:51 worse and two is vaping a viable option 6:54 in order to help one quit smoking the 6:57 overall consensus is that vaping is less 6:59 harmful than traditional cigarette 7:00 smoking and even though we spent some 7:02 time talking about how The Vaping 7:04 products and cartridges can have a bit 7:06 of variability in their ingredients it’s 7:08 still thought that they contain less 7:10 harmful chemicals and less carcinogens 7:12 than that which can be found with 7:13 traditional cigarettes so does this mean

Here’s the review for the second part of the YouTube video transcript:

The second part of the video begins with a checkpoint where the host acknowledges the protective attitude some people have towards THC consumption. They address questions and concerns raised about the connection between THC and EVALI (e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury). The video clarifies that while THC and vitamin E acetate are strongly correlated with EVALI cases, they are not definitively proven as the causes. The recommendation to avoid vaping with these ingredients is based on the correlation and the potential long-term unknown effects of vaping.

The video mentions that some argue it may be other ingredients in vaping products, rather than THC or vitamin E acetate, that contribute to negative outcomes and EVALI. Lower quality or contaminated vaping sources, such as those obtained from illicit or informal sources, are also a concern. The video cites a study where a majority of individuals affected by EVALI reported getting vaping products from such sources, while some obtained them from more reputable sources. This variety of sources and potential differences in ingredients or contaminants further complicate the understanding of the risks associated with vaping.

The discussion then moves on to the long-term risks of vaping, specifically concerning the younger population, particularly middle school and high school students. Data from the FDA and CDC estimates that 1 in 10 or 2.5 million people in these age groups use e-cigarettes or vaping products. In addition to the risk of developing EVALI, the presence of nicotine in many vaping products raises concerns about long-term dependence, addiction, and the potential gateway effect to traditional cigarettes.

The video then explores the comparison between vaping and traditional cigarette smoking. The overall consensus is that vaping is considered less harmful than traditional smoking. Despite the variability in vaping product ingredients, they are believed to contain fewer harmful chemicals and carcinogens than traditional cigarettes. However, the video does not explicitly address whether vaping is a viable option to quit smoking.

The second part of the video provides further insights into the risks of vaping, including the discussion of THC and other ingredients, concerns about vaping sources, the impact on the younger population, and a comparison between vaping and smoking. The review offers a balanced overview of these topics, raising awareness of potential risks while acknowledging the varying perspectives and current consensus.

If you’d like a review of the remaining parts of the transcript, please let me know!


Here is the third part;

7:15 that vaping could be used as a viable 7:17 option to help someone quit smoking 7:19 traditional cigarettes well there are 7:21 some studies that imply that it possibly 7:23 could be and there have been people that 7:25 have quit smoking by utilizing vaping 7:27 but there are some concerns with this 7:30 one of the main hesitations from the 7:32 medical community of actually labeling 7:34 vaping as a potential viable option for 7:37 smoking cessation is that we still don’t 7:40 know the long-term effects of vaping yes 7:44 we do believe that it’s less harmful 7:46 than traditional cigarette smoking but 7:48 how much less harmful we still don’t 7:50 know if so much data on traditional 7:52 cigarette smoking and just not nearly as 7:54 much with vaping that frankly we just 7:57 need more time to see what these 7:59 long-term effects are going to be now to 8:01 build upon that many of the critics of 8:04 saying vaping should be used as a viable 8:06 option for smoking cessation would say 8:07 hey if there’s other effective tools out 8:11 there to help someone quit smoking that 8:13 don’t involve inhaling a substance into 8:15 your lungs shouldn’t those options be 8:17 considered first and another concern is 8:20 that there are people who will attempt 8:22 to use vaping to quit smoking 8:24 traditional cigarettes and it doesn’t 8:26 end up working and then they end up 8:27 using both and becoming dual users now 8:30 you could make the argument that that 8:32 vaping or some of that vaping is taking 8:34 the place of some of the more harmful 8:36 cigarette smoking but the whole point of 8:39 using The Vaping in the first place in 8:40 this scenario was to quit smoking 8:42 cigarettes entirely so if someone is 8:45 going to use vaping to help them quit 8:47 smoking then again the ideal situation 8:49 would be to go from smoking to vaping to 8:52 using neither one now I have talked to 8:55 people and even had some patients that 8:56 have said hey I’m going to use vaping to 8:58 quit smoking but I’m going to keep 9:00 vaping afterwards so that brings us to Still Going to Vape? More On THC & Vitamin E 9:02 this next point of if people want to 9:04 continue to vape or still choose to vape 9:06 after smoking or maybe they never smoked 9:08 in the first place and just want to 9:10 continue vaping indefinitely what are 9:12 some things that you should consider 9:13 first using vaping products for 9:15 reputable companies to help minimize the 9:17 variability in ingredients possible 9:20 contaminants or harmful chemicals this 9:22 also brings us back to vitamin E acetate 9:24 and THC and I should probably mention 9:26 this because some people might be 9:28 wondering what is the deal with the 9:29 vitamin E acetate well in this case 9:31 vitamin E is used as an additive to help 9:34 dilute cartridges that most often 9:36 contain THC so those two ingredients are 9:39 most commonly paired together which can 9:41 also make it a little bit tricky when 9:42 we’re trying to tease out what is kind 9:45 of that correlation versus causation 9:47 with a volley could it be possible that 9:49 if you could get rid of one versus the 9:50 other and you would reduce your risk of 9:52 having lung injury that we talked about 9:54 earlier but another thing to consider 9:56 with THC is that from the perspective of 9:59 the United States the majority of States 10:01 actually have not legalized recreational 10:04 use of THC so that could make it very 10:07 difficult for someone to use a reputable 10:09 company in say a state that has not 10:12 legalized the substance and they might 10:15 be more likely to get their THC 10:17 containing products or their vaping 10:18 products with THC from a less than 10:21 reputable off the street source which 10:23 could also increase the risk of possible 10:25 contaminants or harmful chemicals but 10:28 something important to note in areas 10:30 where THC has been legalized there are 10:32 companies that are currently 10:33 manufacturing THC containing vaping 10:36 products without the addition of vitamin 10:39 E acetate now although the CDC has not 10:41 updated their current recommendations 10:43 emergency department visits related to 10:45 vaping have actually been on the decline 10:47 the reason for the decline is likely

Here’s the review for the third part of the YouTube video transcript:

The third part of the video discusses whether vaping can be used as a viable option to help someone quit smoking traditional cigarettes. The video mentions that there are studies suggesting vaping could be effective for smoking cessation, and there have been cases of people successfully quitting smoking through vaping. However, there are concerns from the medical community about labeling vaping as a potential option due to the lack of long-term data on its effects. While vaping is believed to be less harmful than smoking, the extent of its harm reduction is still unknown.

Critics of using vaping for smoking cessation argue that other non-inhaled options should be considered first. They also raise concerns about individuals who attempt to quit smoking by using vaping but end up becoming dual users, using both cigarettes and vaping products. The ideal scenario would be for individuals to transition from smoking to vaping to using neither.

The video then addresses considerations for those who choose to continue vaping, either after quitting smoking or without a history of smoking. It suggests using vaping products from reputable companies to minimize variability in ingredients and potential contaminants. The video also touches on the pairing of vitamin E acetate and THC in vaping products, noting that vitamin E is often used as an additive to dilute cartridges containing THC. The correlation between THC, vitamin E acetate, and EVALI complicates the understanding of causation. Additionally, the video mentions the legal status of THC in the United States, highlighting the potential risks associated with obtaining THC-containing vaping products from unofficial sources.

The video concludes this part by mentioning that emergency department visits related to vaping have been on the decline, although the CDC’s recommendations have not been updated to reflect this trend.

The third part of the video provides insights into the use of vaping for smoking cessation, the concerns of the medical community, the potential for dual use, and considerations for ongoing vaping. It presents a balanced perspective, acknowledging the need for more data while discussing potential benefits and risks associated with vaping.


Here is the fourth, the last part;

10:50 multifactorial but the CDC does concede 10:53 that remove vitamin E acetate for many 10:55 products may be contributing to this 10:57 decline but before any major changes are 11:00 made more research does need to be done 11:03 so again because of these variables and 11:05 correlations if someone is going to vape 11:07 it is still the recommendation of the 11:09 CDC and other health organizations that 11:12 vaping with these ingredients should be 11:13 avoided now I’m certain that there will 11:16 still be many of the strong opinion that 11:18 THC are vaping with THC is not 11:21 contributing to a volley or any of these 11:23 possible long-term negative effects of 11:25 vaping and that’s okay we might find in 11:28 the future with more research that 11:30 vaping with THC isn’t a strong 11:32 contributor to these problems or 11:33 potential long-term negative effects but 11:36 we also might not find that out but the Risks? Should Vaping Be Avoided? Optimizing Health 11:39 future and the unknown is kind of the 11:40 last main point we need to touch on it’s 11:43 very difficult with all of these 11:45 unknowns in the future and long-term 11:46 possible effects of vaping to make an 11:49 effective personal risk assessment with 11:52 vaping we’re kind of playing a game of 11:54 Russian roulette with a different set of 11:57 unknown rules is it a pellet or a bb or 12:00 a 22 gauge size bullet we’re pretty 12:02 certain that it’s a smaller bullet than 12:04 the smoking bullet but the exact size 12:06 how many bullets and if and when it’s 12:08 going to go off is unknown so because of 12:11 these variables and unknowns this 12:13 probably isn’t going to be a shocker to 12:14 you but I believe that vaping should be 12:16 avoided altogether as it’s not worth the 12:18 potential risks now we spend a lot of 12:20 time during this video talking about 12:22 what we don’t know so let me leave you 12:24 with something that I do know and that 12:26 is these amazing structures are organs 12:29 these human lungs that you’re seeing 12:30 here were not designed for Vaping 12:33 smoking or any of that so anything that 12:36 interferes with the optimal functioning 12:38 of these organs or interferes with 12:40 optimizing our long-term health I think 12:43 we should strongly consider taking that 12:45 off the table so hopefully all this 12:48 information gave you some new insights 12:50 on vaping if you have some thoughts or 12:52 questions please post them in the 12:54 comments below if you have different 12:55 opinions please don’t hesitate to post 12:57 those in the comments below because I 12:59 think we can all learn from 13:00 communicating and talking with people 13:02 who think differently and have different 13:03 opinions on different subjects but if 14:58 Problem Solving Brilliantly! 13:05 you don’t mind me shifting gears a 13:07 little bit here I do want to see if you 13:08 can help me with a little bit of a 13:10 problem or a problem-solving question or 13:13 pop quiz question from the sponsor of 13:15 today’s video Let’s Pretend You live in 13:17 the Middle Ages and you’re part of the 13:18 Kingdom Where You Are are in charge of 13:20 the coins one day the queen requests 13:22 four coins but the night before a thief 13:24 broke in and essentially leaves a note 13:26 that says one of the coins could be fake 13:29 and all you have is a scale and one coin 13:32 that you know for sure is real for 13:34 reference so the question is how many 13:36 times do you need to use the scale to 13:39 find whether a coin was taken or not 13:41 well you can find this answer and many 13:43 more by visiting the sponsor of today’s 13:45 video brilliant is an 13:48 amazing interactive online learning 13:50 platform for stem subjects it’s one of 13:52 the best places to learn math science in 13:54 computer science I personally use 13:56 brilliant still to this day as I find it 13:58 fun and interactive yet challenging 14:00 enough to keep my attention and some of 14:02 my favorite courses are the ones on 14:04 scientific thinking as these can help 14:06 you to improve problem solving skills 14:07 and apply logic to real world situations 14:10 brilliant is also constantly adding new 14:12 lessons each and every month so you’ll 14:14 definitely find something for you 14:15 regardless of where you are on your 14:17 educational Journey so if you’re 14:18 interested go to IJ to get 14:22 a free 30-day trial plus the first 200 14:24 people will get 20 off their annual 14:27 subscription we’ll also include that 14:29 information in the description below and 14:31 as always thanks for watching everyone 14:33 like And subscribe if you feel the need 14:35 and we’ll see you next time 14:39 [Music] 14:53 foreign 14:56 [Music]

In the last part of the video, the presenter concludes by emphasizing the unknowns and variables associated with vaping and its long-term effects. Due to these uncertainties, the presenter personally believes that vaping should be avoided altogether to prevent potential risks and to optimize long-term health.

The video concludes with a reminder that human lungs were not designed for vaping or smoking. Anything that interferes with the optimal functioning of these organs and hampers long-term health should be strongly considered. The presenter encourages viewers to share their thoughts and questions in the comments section, promoting open communication and learning from different perspectives.

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I need to confirm some basics of the video, throughout the 1st-last part I’ve uploaded above. Correct me if I’m wrong.

(1) This presenter is a professional in human anatomy, maybe a doctor or a professor at a University in the US

(2) The name of the channel that the presenter belongs to is “Institute of Human Anatomy”

(3) The presenter is not advertising any of a specific vape device, a traditional cigar product, or other THC/nicotine products in the video.

(4) A large part of the time is spent on explaining the impact that THC/nicotine makes on human lungs, rather than on explaining how dangerous vaping is, as a method of THC/nicotine intake in comparison to the traditional marijuana/cigarette smoking.

Based on the information provided in the uploaded parts:

(1) It is not explicitly mentioned in the uploaded parts whether the presenter is a professional in human anatomy, a doctor, or a professor at a university in the US. The presenter does provide information and insights related to human anatomy, but their specific professional background is not disclosed.

(2) There is no mention of the name of the channel that the presenter belongs to in the uploaded parts. The name “Institute of Human Anatomy” is not mentioned either.

(3) Based on the uploaded parts, the presenter does not appear to be advertising any specific vape device, traditional cigar product, or other THC/nicotine product. The focus of the video seems to be providing information and discussing the potential risks and unknowns associated with vaping.

(4) It appears that a significant portion of the video is indeed dedicated to explaining the impact of THC/nicotine on human lungs. The presenter discusses the potential harms and risks associated with vaping and compares it to traditional marijuana/cigarette smoking. While the specific dangers of vaping as a method of THC/nicotine intake are not explicitly compared to traditional smoking, the discussion revolves around the potential risks and uncertainties of vaping.


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