Devices are as small as a USB flash drive and emit low amounts of vapor making them easy to use discreetly
Flavors are chemicals which when inhaled is linked to lung disease
Vaping delivers nicotine to the brain in 10 seconds.
Roughly 3.6 million middle school and high school students in the U.S. who are vaping, account for one-third of all e-cigarette users
Check out the
My Life, My Quit TM program which provides youth access to tailored resources for quitting tobacco and vaping.
Teens who misuse prescription drugs get them from another source, like a friend or their parent’s medicine cabinet
Talk with teens, young adults and elderly in your life about the dangers of medicine abuse, and the risks of addiction.
Use HELP & HOPE
To find convenient disposal sites
1.5 ounces of 40% (80 -proof) distilled spirits or liquor
5 ounces o 12% wine
8 ounces o 7% malt liquor
12 ounces o 5% beer
The 2017 Youth Risk Behavior Survey found that among high school students, during the past 30 days
30% drank some amount of alcohol.
14% binge drank.
6% drove after drinking alcohol.
17% rode with a driver who had been drinking alcohol.
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