E-cigarette Smoking on Rise Among Teens
Doctors worry that e-cigarettes could be a gateway drug for teens, who are increasingly using them to absorb nicotine.
Doctors worry that e-cigarettes could be a gateway drug for teens, who are increasingly using them to absorb nicotine. “Vaping” is marketed to them, but no data exists on the long-term health effects and the devices are not regulated by the FDA. (WFAA)
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