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first_img– Advertisement – To listen to all that and much more, click play above for the latest edition of Will Greenwood’s Podcast! Could Rugby Union head the way of Rugby League and place players on report instead of red carding them?Greenwood and Cox also preview the weekend’s Autumn Nations Cup Tests, as Ireland face Wales in Dublin on Friday, before England play Georgia at Twickenham, Scotland travel to face Italy and France play host to Fiji across the weekend.The bulk of our episode this week is a conversation with special guests Dan Leo and Mike Umaga, however, as the pair discuss the plight of the Pacific Nations, their work for ‘Pacific Rugby Welfare’, and their soon to be released film/documentary called ‘Oceans Apart’.- Advertisement – First up on this week’s episode, Cox and Greenwood review Round 2 of the Tri-Nations and the Wallabies’ dramatic 24-22 victory over the All Blacks in Brisbane, as well as looking forward to Round 3 of the competition.Our team also discuss the red cards dished out to New Zealand prop Ofa Tu’ungafasi and Australia flanker Lachlan Swinton – were they harsh? Or were they absolutely right?- Advertisement – ​​​​​​Will Greenwood and Rupert Cox discuss the Tri-Nations and red cards, preview the Autumn Nations Cup, and chat to special guests Dan Leo and Mike Umaga on the plight of the Pacific Nations…- Advertisement –

New study shows a third of Kiwi students have tried vaping

first_imgVaping has been recommended as an alternative to smoking tobacco by the Government and health agencies, but they are trying to steer away from people taking up vaping if they are not already smokers – especially young people. Males were more likely to vape than females, and students from lower decile schools were more likely than those from higher decile schools. About ten per cent of the students surveyed said they vaped regularly, and six per cent said they vape weekly or more often. The universities involved in the research were the University of Auckland, Victoria University Wellington, University of Otago and AUT.center_img TVNZ One News 31 March 2020Family First Comment: And if we legalise cannabis and put out the welcome mat to the marijuana vaping market, we’ll be in big trouble!Teenagers are being attracted to products such as vaping and dabbing high THC products.#addiction #healthharms #saynopetodopeA new study shows about a third of Kiwi high school students have tried vaping, but two thirds of those had never smoked tobacco.The study was carried out by researchers from four New Zealand universities in 2019, and included 7700 adolescents aged between 13-18 in 52 Auckland, Northland and Waikato schools. Researchers cited a recent New Zealand study which showed the long-term decline in smoking among Year 10 students, which began in 2000, had stalled in 2015, and that it may even be reversing.READ MORE: https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/new-study-shows-third-kiwi-students-have-tried-vapinglast_img read more