Vapear y juliar De acuerdo con el centro de control de enfermedades (CDC), se ha reproducido el uso del cigarrillo eléctrico de un 4.5% en el 2013 a un 12.4% en el 2014 de los estudiantes de secundaria y preparatoria.
Vaping and Juuling According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), there was a tripling in e-cigarette use from 4.5% of middle and high-schoolers in 2013 to 13.4% in 2014. E-cigarette sales have increased from $195,000,000 in 2011 to $2,875,000,000
What is the JUUL? The JUUL is a slim, sleek, USB-shaped device that was designed to help chronic tobacco smokers reduce or even quit smoking. However, this satisfying alternative to cigarettes is a bit too attractive for its own good.
The Attack Asthma Camp is being designed through a partnership with the Multicultural Leadership Program (MCLP). MCLP is an intense professional program focusing on developing leaders for our communities from diverse backgrounds. The program provides a structure for learning and
The 19th annual Women’s Health Night was huge success thanks to our wonderful vendors, attendees, the Wesleyan Shirk Center, and our keynote speaker, Gold-Medal Olympian, Jackie Joyner-Kersee. The new Shirk Center location provided ample space for vendors and attendees to
Teens are getting burned by e-cigarettes even after they stop using them. Adolescents who currently vape are twice as likely to suffer respiratory symptoms like persistent cough, bronchitis, congestion and phlegm as those who have never used e-cigs, according to
They’re smokin’ in the boy’s room again, only now, they’re puffing electronic cigarettes. A new state Health Department survey reveals the percentage of high school students who used e-cigs has nearly doubled, from 10.5% in 2014 to 20.6% in 2016,
American Cancer Society As many as 20% of the people who die from lung cancer in the United States every year do not smoke or use any other form of tobacco. This translates to about 16,000 to 24,000 Americans every year. In