Vaping among youth and young adults: a “red alert” state

  title={Vaping among youth and young adults: a “red alert” state},
  author={Mohammed Al-hamdani and D. Brett Hopkins and Tristan Park},
  journal={Journal of Public Health Policy},
The use of e-cigarettes, otherwise known as ‘vaping’, has been increasing at alarming rates among youth and young adults. Although the long-term harms of vaping are still unclear, emerging evidence brings to light potential risks associated with vaping, especially for youth and non-smokers. This paper discusses nine viable policy measures that could limit the appeal of vaping products to youth and young adults and, in turn, reduce the potential harms of vaping. 
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