E-cigarette use is now more common with teens than traditional cigarettes
Who is using e-cigarettes?

E-cigarettes, also called vaping, has become popular with teens and young adults.  Data from the CDC indicates that nearly 22% of those between the ages of 18 & 24 have tried e-cigarettes.
Are e-cigarettes safe?

No one really knows whether e-cigarettes are safe. They still contain nicotine, although in a dosage much less than traditional cigarettes.
Do e-cigarettes impact oral health?

To date, there is little to no evidence on how e-cigarette use affects oral health. One study found that regular users experienced a dry cough, throat irritation, and dry mouth.

Are e-cigarettes regulated?

At the present time, e-cigarettes are not regulated by the FDA. While e-cigarettes do not produce smoke, there is second-hand emission. There is no evidence that these emissions are safe.

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