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Teen Smoking

Two teenagers sit in the park, pretending to be adults.

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I am getting frustrated with the lack of resources. Since last week, I have tried the only five resources I know of to get #1 help. 181 more words

Parenting

Should the federal government regulate e-cigarettes to help reduce their use by teens?

There aren’t very many instances where you’d would recommend that the federal government follow Florida’s lead with regard to regulation.

But when it comes to electronic cigarettes, the feds need to take note because there are enough growing concerns about the increasingly popular devices — especially among teenagers — that the government should consider new regulations. 452 more words

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Individual Experience

Editorial: Rhetoric and uncertainty aside, vaping is the right choice

By: Graham Bosch

I have been vaping for about a year and a half, and it was one of the best decisions I ever made. 1,221 more words

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NY Times article evaluates current trends among young e-cigarette users

By: Megan Brown

The practice of smoking is one that can be dated back to as early as 5000 BC. 272 more words

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Check out a blog post I wrote for my JMC305: Multimedia Journalism class. My group and I created an informational, neutral sentiment website about the increased use of electronic cigarettes.

CDC: E-Cig Use By Florida Teens Has Doubled

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – More and more high school students are getting their nicotine fix from e-cigs instead of traditional ‘cancer sticks’. 136 more words

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Teens and E-Cigarettes: Blog 10

The use of tobacco among adolescents remains an overlooked and very serious health problem in the US. According to the Food and Drug Administration in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just last year, nearly 4.6 million adolescents reported to currently being tobacco users. 73 more words