Listen to the Interview via TalkshoeConcerning the recent discovery of vaping related illnesses, Kansas was found to have a 4.6 percent
prevalence of e-cigarette smoking. Our analysts wanted to bring awareness to this growing issue (and how this could affect health coverage for users) by compiling Center of Disease Control (CDC) data and found:
Kansas is tied with New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Idaho at 24th-highest usage rates in the country.
States with the highest rate of vapers: Oklahoma (7.1 percent), Kentucky (6.1), Indiana (6.0), Tennessee (5.9), and Wyoming (5.8).
States with the lowest rate of vapers: California (3.0 percent), Vermont (3.1), Connecticut (3.2), Massachusetts (3.3), and Maryland (3.3).
3.9 million middle school and high school aged teens currently vape.
We gathered this timely data because if e-cigarettes are declared as a derivative classification of a tobacco product in the eyes of states and insurers, those folks could see a 50 percent increase in their monthly health insurance premium costs.
To view the full report, visit https://quotewizard.com/news/posts/states-with-most-vapers
Let me know if you would like to talk with one of our health care analysts about this vaping data. I would be happy to set that up. I am looking forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time.
The Yoke: A Compelling Journey Of Faith, Love, Forgiveness And Redemption
Carbondale, IL, September 9, 2019 ─ The Yoke (Christian Faith Publishing, Inc. April 8, 2019) is a wonderfully crafted story by attorney Darrell Dunham.
Will these young attorneys trade their morals and legal ethics for financial gain?
For Barnabas Mitchell, life had always been a struggle. From his father’s abandonment to his mother’s untimely death, Barnabas had lost his faith in God and in people. Determined to fulfill his potential, Barnabas continued on out of respect for his deceased mother, grinding through his days feeling unloved and unneeded.
Then Bill Cushman entered his life. Tall, good-looking, athletic, and from an influential family, Bill was accustomed to getting his way in life. Making use of people was natural to Bill and he immediately latched onto Barnabas, demanding his friendship and submission. Wherever Barnabas went, Bill would unexpectedly appear. No matter how hard he tried, Barnabas could not seem to shake Bill from his life.
As a lawyer, Barnabas quickly earned the respect of his peers. When the biggest case of his career pits him against Bill Cushman, Barnaba