The Weekly: Quitting vaping, cervical cancer screening guidelines and more

Published on August 21, 2020

The Weekly

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So you want to quit vaping? Read this to do it for good

So you want to quit vaping? Read this to do it for good 

WEDNESDAY, August 19 (CNN)—There is no denying that vaping is popular among teens, with one-third of US high school students reporting they have vaped or used other electronic nicotine products recently, according to a 2019 study.

It doesn’t stay cool for all of them, with almost half of surveyed teens reporting they seriously thought about quitting, according to new research. Nearly 25% said they tried to quit but failed.

In other news…

Delayed cancer diagnoses could result in 10,000 excess deaths, study says
August 19, ABC13

Susan G. Komen founder: New cervical cancer screening guidelines dismiss best practices
August 18, USA Today

HPV vaccine has reduced need for cervical cancer screening, medical group says
August 15,

Smoking Associated with Lower Use of Cancer Screening by Women
August 14,


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