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Twice as many high school students used nicotine-tinged electronic cigarettes this year compared with last year, an unprecedented jump in a large annual survey of teen smoking, drinking and drug use.
It was the largest single-year increase in the survey’s 44-year history, far surpassing a mid-1970s surge in marijuana smoking.
The article goes on to state the following:
The findings, released Monday, echo those of a government survey earlier this year. That survey also found a dramatic rise in vaping among children and prompted federal regulators to press for measures that make it harder for kids to get them.
After vaping and alcohol, the most common thing teens use is marijuana, a new survey foundhttps://t.co/WqTKU5sTHX
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) December 17, 2018
Cigarettes and other drugs have taken a backseat to vaping as more teens partake in the activity, making it second only to alcohol in substances used, according to a survey. https://t.co/x4w6HGlpfU pic.twitter.com/rJmBsEYZSh
— ABC News (@ABC) December 17, 2018
— Scientific American (@sciam) December 17, 2018
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