U.S. Surgeon General's new review warns youth about dangers of e-cigarettes
A new review out today from the U.S. Surgeon General reveals some startling findings about teenagers and e-cigarettes.
A new review out today from the U.S. Surgeon General reveals somestartling findings about teenagers and e-cigarettes.
The use of e-cigarettes among high school students has increased by 900% in just a matter of a few years. The review, the most comprehensive to date, also includes information on the connection between vaping and mood disorders, problems focusing and a link to nicotine addiction.
For more on the health concerns this trend raises is Jennifer Unger, professor of Preventative Medicine at USC. She contributed to research in the report.