“Vaping” Sounds Harmless and Hip / “Lung Disease” Not So Much

“Besides nicotine, e-cigarettes and e-cigarette vapor contain propylene glycol and/or vegetable glycerin. These are substances used to produce stage or theatrical fog which have been found to increase lung and airway irritation after concentrated exposure. In addition, e-cigarettes and e-cigarette vapor may contain the chemicals or substances listed below.

  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs): At certain levels, VOCs can cause eye, nose and throat irritation, headaches and nausea, and can damage the liver, kidney and nervous system.
  • Flavoring chemicals: Some flavorings are more toxic than others. Studies have shown that flavors contain different levels of a chemical called diacetyl that has been linked to a serious lung disease called bronchiolitis obliterans.
  • Formaldehyde: This is a cancer-causing substance that may form if e-liquid overheats or not enough liquid is reaching the heating element (known as a “dry-puff”).


Yeah, watch out for that “dry puff.” “Electronic cigarettes produce high levels of aldehyde only in dry puff conditions, in which the liquid overheats, causing a strong unpleasant taste that e-cigarette users detect and avoid. Under normal vaping conditions aldehyde emissions are minimal, even in new-generation high-power e-cigarettes.” (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25996087).

If you suffered a miscarriage or delivered a baby suffering from birth defects after using JUUL devices, or if your teenager has become addicted to JUUL vapes, contact contact a lawyer. It is our goal to help put an end to this crisis by helping the victims file civil lawsuits to recoup their losses. If you are located in the State of California and want help, please call Attorney and Physician Paul J. Molinaro, M.D., J.D. today for a free consultation.

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Big News (Fall 2017) for California Real Estate Licensees with Tarnished Records

Commencing January 1, 2018, the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) will allow disciplined licensees to petition the Commissioner to request the removal of license discipline information posted for public review on the CalBRE website. To be eligible for removal, the relevant license disciplinary action taken by CalBRE must have occurred at least 10 years prior to the petition for removal. There are guidelines, requirements, and limitations, of course. Fransen & Molinaro, LLP has been helping real estate professionals handle BRE issues for years, and stands ready to help with this new process. (Visit https://www.dre.ca.gov/files/pdf/reb/rebfall_17.pdf for more information). If you feel you meet the criteria for removal of discipline information, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.