By Dr. James Partyka | PHARMATIVE.com
Do teens just don’t know that e-cigs are bad for them? That’s what the Food and Drug Administration is banking on with its new campaign called “The Real Cost.” According to LifeHacker, the campaign aims to educate the nearly 10.7 million teenagers ages 12 to 17 who have ever used e-cigarettes–or are open to trying them. Apparently, 80 percent of youth claim they “do not anticipate profound risk of harm” from regular use of e-cigarettes.
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