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Vaping is Bad for Everyone, and It’s Especially Unhealthy for Children Vaping and e-cigarettes have become an epidemic. This is a serious public health and women’s health problem because many adolescents and young people have started vaping recently, and vaping is now associated with deaths and of severe lung injuries. The use of e-cigarettes is unsafe for kids, teens, and young adults.
Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine. Nicotine is highly addictive and can harm adolescent brain development, which continues into the early to mid-20s. 1 E-cigarettes can contain other harmful substances besides nicotine. Vape aerosols pose an especially high risk for infants and children because of their lower body weight and developing respiratory systems.
According to a 2017 study, being exposed to even low. Vaping with nicotine is especially risky for young people. Young people who vape with nicotine are more likely to start smoking cigarettes in the future.
However, e-cigarettes. Studies have linked vaping to other health risks, including a higher risk of a heart attack. Learn more about potential damage to the lungs and other health effects of vaping. What parents should know about Juuling.
With its sleek design, the Juul is a brand of e-cigarette that is especially popular with teens. New regulations to keep kids safe The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) — the group representing the nation’s pediatricians — warns that any exposure to nicotone, including secondhand exposure from e-cigarettes may be dangerous for children. Over time, vaping can become habit-forming as kids use it to address other needs such as relief from boredom and anxiety. Some may become addicted to nicotine and continue vaping to avoid withdrawal symptoms. If your child has already tried vaping, it helps to understand why.
developing a dependency on vaping. intentionally or unintentionally drinking the fluid, which can be toxic and fatal. devices, particularly those that are modified or of poor quality, have a risk. Make sure your teen knows the nicotine from vaping is still highly addictive. In addition, research shows teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to smoke regular tobacco. This research supports the concept that e-cigs serve as a “gateway” to traditional cigarettes.
Vaping can have many side effects, even when the e-liquid does not contain nicotine. Despite qualifying as food-grade ingredients, the flavorings and additives in e-liquids can have numerous.
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