Vaping Products Can Be Well-Disguised, So California Is Telling Parents What To Look Out For
The effort is apart of a push for public health officials to try to control the hugely popular vaping trend among teens.
Capital Public Radio:
Heads Up Parents, Your Kid’s Flash Drive Might Be A Vape
Flavored tobacco companies are rolling out products that appeal to teens, and could allow them to sneak the unhealthy habit past parents and teachers. E-cigarettes, also called vaporizers, are hitting shelves disguised as candy sticks and pens. One particularly popular device called the Juul looks a lot like a flash drive. (Caiola, 4/27)
San Francisco Chronicle:
Schools Scramble To Combat Spread Of Vaping Devices
Health and education officials across the country are raising alarms over wide underage use of e-cigarettes and other vaping products. ...A new wave of smaller vapes has swept through schools in recent months, officials say, replacing bulkier e-cigarettes from the past. (Binkley, 4/30)