Both adults and kids who vape were more likely to report difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions than their non-vaping, non-smoking peers on two annual national surveys. Survey results also suggest that kids were more likely to experience mental fog if they started vaping before the age of 14.
Breaking news headline: Smoking is bad and vaping doesn't magically save the lungs of dual users.
Buried within the press release: Those who switched completely to vaping showed levels of inflammatory and oxidative stress no different from non-smokers.https://t.co/CFRN2Goxmw
— Gregory Conley (@GregTHR) January 4, 2021
— American Heart News (@HeartNews) January 4, 2021