How Adults Can Protect Kids From Vaping

How Adults Can Protect Kids From Vaping

Over 2.5 million kids in the U.S. use e-cigarettes, also known as vapes. These products pack massive doses of nicotine and come in a wide variety of kid-friendly flavors, concealable device shapes and flashy packaging — all deliberate tactics to lure and hook kids.

Parents and educators — including teachers, administrators, and coaches — all have an important role in protecting youth from e-cigarettes. The CDC recently launched a new resource for adults to learn more about e-cigarettes and how to have productive conversations with young people about staying tobacco- and vape-free. Check it out!

Youth vaping is a public health crisis that we can tackle together, but we also need our elected leaders to also take strong policy action to stop Big Tobacco from targeting our kids. Learn more about how you can get involved in this work at

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