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I found an E-cigarette in my 16 y/o's Room. Should I be worried about Vaping?

What should parents do when they discover teens vaping e-cigarettes

E-cigarettes were invented in 2003 in China by a Chinese Pharmacist named Li Chak, and have spread to every corner of the Globe. Sales in the United States have increased exponentially. Common age of the first e-cigarette in America is often adolescence; 15-16 years. The addition of various flavors and other additives make the e-cigarette highly attractive and marketable to youth. Unlike cigarettes, tobacco, and other tobacco related products, current FDA restrictions allow unfettered access to e-cigarettes.

E-cigarettes: Are they a safe alternative to smoking?

e-cigarette safety

Electronic cigarettes are an increasingly popular device that produces an aerosol by heating a liquid containing solvents, flavorings, and nicotine. The effectiveness of e-cigarettes as a way to stop smoking or reducing the number smoked is uncertain. The chance of this device becoming attractive to the youth of our country is very high. The limited scientific data about the safety of e-cigarettes is a trend that must be remedied and soon.

Adolescence cannabis use: Risk for Schizophrenia

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Drug addiction is a serious socioeconomic problem associated with significant mortality and morbidity. this study highlighted the complex relationship between drug-induced neuroadaptations in the brain and addictive behaviors using examples from both human studies and animal models. these neuroadaptations thought to be responsible for the transition to a persistent state of addiction. addiction is a highly integrated process complicated by differing profiles the drug themselves. this, of course, includes the use of cannabis by youngsters. it has been shown to open the adolescents up to not only addiction but mental illnesses as well (Duncan, 2012).

Double Your Chances of Quitting Successfully with This Smoking Cessation Program

New Smoking Cessation Program by FDA

Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, resulting in an estimated 480,000 deaths every year. Here’s how you can double your chances of quitting successfully and not become part of this avoidable statistic.

The Skin Benefits of Quitting Smoking for Women Day by Day

Skin Benefits of Quitting Smoking for Women

I smoked for nearly three decades. For the first two, I had serious thoughts of quitting and even many attempts. It wasn't until I reached the last decade that I began to think about the skin benefits of quitting smoking for women. I had noticed changes in my skin, but I was never sure if they were actually changes due to having been a smoker, or just aging in general. As a smoker, I was prone to being in denial and was therefore prone to believing the latter.

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