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The prevalence of e-cigarette use has significantly increased in recent years. In the US, e-cigarettes are now the most common nicotine products used by adolescents. The CDC reported 1,299 cases of lung injury correlating to the use of e-cigarette and vaping products; the current recommendation is to refrain from using e-cigarette products that contain THC and/or nicotine.
Tom Delaney PhD
University of Vermont
Adolescent Health, Educational and Community-Based Programs, Substance Abuse, Tobacco Use, Injury and Violence Prevention
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