E-cigarette use overall dropped from 28 percent to 20 percent among high schoolers even as the percent who appear addicted increased.
Via @globeandmail: Canada Govt scientists previously tasked with pandemic preparedness were assigned to focus on vaping. That led to a reduction in intelligence gathering, which hindered the government’s ability to properly assess the risk of Covid-19. https://t.co/uBhDMuEy63
— Paul Vieira (@paulvieira) September 19, 2020
#Parents: #Vaping devices are the most used form of nicotine among youth in the United States. They are easy to hide because they do not leave behind the smell of tobacco and are usually small, similar in size to flash drives. Know the #DrugFacts: https://t.co/SOMuVIMrNd pic.twitter.com/Jq52qD54lM
— nidanews (@NIDAnews) September 19, 2020