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The use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) is commonly referred to as vaping.  Although there are hundreds of different brands and styles of e-cigarettes, they are each the same in use.  They are battery-operated devices that have a cartridge, which holds a liquid solution.  When a person puffs, the e-cigarette vaporizes the liquid, and the user inhales the vapor.

Vaping can cause damage to a person’s lungs.  In addition, these activities can also affect a person’s immune system.  Learn more about the dangers of teen vaping by reading the parent resource guide here. Learn more about the dangers of Teen Vaping by downloading the attached parent resource for your uses.  

Learn more about vaping and the dangerous habit in our communities. E-cigarettes are electronic devices that heat liquid flavors and chemicals (e-juice). They create an aerosol, which is a mix of small particles that you inhale.

Click here for informational material from the American Cancer Society for more information.

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