@feruze-- Vaseline glass is still pretty popular and there are still manufacturers of the glass in the US.
There is uranium exposure from vaseline glass, I don't think anyone would deny that. But the fact that it contains uranium dioxide (rather than directly uranium) and that glass is involved makes some people say that it is not really dangerous.
It's also true that we are already exposed to radiation form electronics that we use every single day. And the exposure from vaseline glass is said to be much less than exposure from a microwave.
I still think that collectors who have many vaseline glass items in their home should have the radiation from the glass measured by a private company or a government radiation control office.