December 15, 2017
More US teens are vaping than smoking cigarettes, study finds
THURSDAY, December 14, 2017 (The Guardian) — More US teenagers have tried vaping than smoking cigarettes, a new study shows, raising concerns among some researchers that vaping could become a new generation’s substance delivery system of choice.
The new nationally representative study showed that 35.8% of students in their final year of high school had tried vaping, versus 26.6% who had ever smoked a cigarette.
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