E-cigarettes surpassed conventional cigarettes in 2014 to become the most commonly used tobacco product among youth. Vaping exposes users to multiple toxins that have been shown to cause asthma and other lung diseases, heart disease, neurologic problems, and cancer. The goal of this project was to provide educators at Londonderry and Bishop Guertin High School, and physicians at Primary Care of Hudson, with evidence based information on the harmful effects vaping has on adolescents. The information was given in the form of a pamphlet that was designed to appeal to teens and written at a level they would understand.
Primary Care of Hudson, Hudson, NH
New Hampshire, vaping, electronic cigarettes, e-cigarettes, smoking, tobacco, schools, students, high school
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Bompastore, Nicholas, "Educating High School Students on the Negative Health Effects of Vaping" (2018). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 391.