Study finds 74% increase in youth vaping in Canada
The results of this study are very concerning… it is important to educate our young patients about the risks of e-cigarettes.
“E-cigarettes are supposed to be for adult smokers who have been unable to quit,” says Rob Cunningham, Senior Policy Analyst, CCS. “But the results of this new study regarding youth trends are of tremendous concern. Given the progress that has been made to reduce youth smoking, we must avoid a new generation of teenagers becoming addicted to nicotine through vaping products.”