Over 2.5 million middle, high school students reported to use e-cigarettes

A study released by the FDA and CDC shows that 2.55 million U.S. middle and high school students report current e-cigarette use.

That includes just over 14% of high school students and more than 3% of middle school students.

Nearly 85% of those youth used flavored e-cigarettes and more than half used disposable e-cigs.

Among youth who currently used e-cigarettes, 14% reported their usual brand was Puff Bar, followed by Vuse, Hyde and SMOK.

More than one fifth reported their usual brand was a brand other than the 13 listed in the survey.

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H October 7, 2022 at 9:57 am

What about all the adults who gave used it to quit smoking cigarettes like me? Im 36 smoked since I was 17 tried patches expensive gum nothing worked except for juul

Charles U Farley October 7, 2022 at 12:07 pm

This is only a problem in that it is an excuse to increase the regulatory state. Teens will always smoke, vape, drink, etc but the only time the government gets excited about it is when they want to increase their sphere of control. In this case, they want to justify regulating vaping to appease their donors from big tobacco. There’s a reason they are attacking Juul and not one of the tobacco subsidiaries…


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