E-cigarette use overall dropped from 28 percent to 20 percent among high schoolers even as the percent who appear addicted increased.
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COVID-19 is not only putting thousands of Americans on ventilators; it is also sucking the oxygen from long term public health concerns.
Use of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, is strongly suspected to have led to bronchiectasis in three young patients, according to a recent report. The use of e-cigarettes has not yet been well documented in patients with bronchiectasis, and understanding a possible association between the…
Plaintiff Charles Wilcoxen brought the lawsuit against Canna Brand Solutions in September 2019, alleging that the custom packaging manufacturer and authorized CCELL distributor caused a vaping-related lung illness.
As a family physician and a parent of teenagers, I have noted with great concern the alarming growth of vaping among local youth.
Pediatric Annals | The prevalence of e-cigarette use among youth has risen dramatically over the past several years. Many concerns have been raised by this epidemic, including the increased likelihood that those adolescents who “vape” will also go on to smoke conventional cigarettes and use illicit drugs. Pediatricians are appropriately positioned to discuss vaping with patients and provide further education to
New research by Professor Halpern-Felsher suggests that vaping is a significant underlying risk factor for COVID-19.
About 3.6 million U.S. youth reported current (in the past 30 days) e-cigarette use in 2020, reflecting a decline from 5.4 million in 2019.
The number of U.S. teenagers who use electronic cigarettes has declined by one-third, according to the latest national poll on their use of tobacco products.