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E-Cigarettes May NOt Be Less Harmful
Despite the education regarding the effects of tobacco usage, many college students still use tobacco products on a daily basis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 16.7 percent of adults ages 18-24 regularly use tobacco products. The latest trend among college students are electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes). However, many students are unaware that while electronic cigarettes don’t seem as dangerous as traditional cigarettes, there are many risks associated with the habit.

E-cigarettes continue to be more popular among late teens and young adults. Marketing strategies aim to promote the habit as a less harmful alternative to smoking cigarettes. A recent article from The Journal for Respiratory Care Practitioners helps to answer some of the…more>>>

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