Vaping 101

COVID-19 and Vaping

Recent studies show that teens and young adults who vape face a much higher risk of COVID-19 than their peers who do not vape.

Stanford University School of Medicine: Vaping linked to COVID-19 risk in teens and young adults

Cleveland Clinic: Teens, Vaping and Coronavirus (COVID-19): Is There a Connection?

CNN: How smoking, vaping and drug use might increase risks from Covid-19

Tobacco Free Kids: COVID-19: Never has it been more important for smokers to quit and for individuals to avoid damaging their lungs by vaping

Youth Vaping Prevention

Youth e-cigarette use remains at epidemic levels in the U.S. New data from the 2021 National Youth Tobacco Survey show that 11.3% of high school students and 2.8% of middle school students -- that's more than 2 million young people – reported using e-cigarettes. Many young people reported that they are vaping every day or nearly daily, underscoring the highly addictive nature of nicotine, which is harmful to developing brains. Furthermore, research shows young people who have used e-cigarettes have higher odds of becoming smokers. 

Additional Publications on Vaping

Vape Educate: Online Leader in Vaping Education

Vaping and Your Teen

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CBD: What Parents Need to Know

What to look for: Vaping & Marijuana Product Handout

Electronic Cigarettes: What's the Bottom Line?

E-cigarettes, “Vapes”, and JUULs What Schools Should Know