A study of the youth nicotine vaping prevention program CATCH My Breath found that students in schools that implemented the program were half as likely to experiment with e-cigarettes over the following 16 months, compared with those in schools that did not receive the program. The publication of the findings in Public Health Reports – […]
Everyone is invited! Learn about this important topic. In partnership with Welia Health, SHIP and Partners in Healthy Living, SACK invites you to learn more and engage in conversations about the e-cigarette and vaping epidemic affecting our youth. Our second series on e-Cigarettes and Vaping is quickly approaching! These short informational sessions are FREE and […]
Adolescents and young adults who have smoked e-cigarettes are more than three times more likely to move on to marijuana than youth who never try vaping, a research review study suggests. Researchers examined data from 21 previously published studies with more than 128,000 participants ages 10 to 24. Overall, young people who used e-cigarettes were […]
SACK has dedicated a page on our website that will be updated with current information about the vaping and e-cigarette issues that are currently effecting our youth. If you have questions or would like more information, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to inform parents, educators, caregivers and community […]
Many people figure vaping spares their health because it lets them inhale nicotine in aerosols instead of sucking in smoke from burning cigarettes. New research from the University of Kansas casts doubt on that, raising the specter that vaping nicotine may cause some of the same respiratory problems that plague and even kill smokers today. […]
Want to learn more about vaping and your health? Click below to download the info-graphic about the impacts of vaping on health. For a list of references, click here. Information provided by Physician Advocacy Network.