Young E-Cigarette Users Less Likely To Quit Smoking

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Young E-Cigarette Users Less Likely To Quit Smoking

According to a new study from researchers at the University of California San Francisco, middle and high school students who use electronic cigarettes are more likely to smoke real cigarettes and be heavier smokers than those who don’t. What do you think?

  • “What’s wrong with kids today? I never needed any fancy electronic cigarettes to get me to smoke more.”

    Dennis Zager
    Shipment Coordinator
  • “That’s why I made my daughter smoke a whole battery pack of e-cigs to turn her off the habit.”

    Bob Durand
    Credit Analyst
  • “I told my kid they were bad for him, but did he listen? No, he just kept blowing not-smoke in my face.”

    Justine Schneider
    Photography Instructor