Juuling and Vaping: What the Latest Research Reveals
Catalogue Number: 600688
Producer: Human Relations Media
Subject: Family Studies/Home Economics, Guidance, Health and Medicine
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin: U.S.
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 20
Closed Captions: Yes
Vaping e-cigarettes can be addicting, and teens that vape have a greater chance of eventually switching to traditional cigarettes. Additionally, cancer causing compounds have been found in flavored cigarettes including those without nicotine. These and other dangers were recently cited by researchers and have also been highlighted in the news. The video presents the new findings and concludes that when it comes to vaping it's best to be an educated consumer and understand the risks. This timely program also discusses the new widespread phenomenon known as “Juuling” and its implications for vaping in schools.
Includes Resource Guide.
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