Vaping: How do we talk with kids about this emerging trend?
Date: Wed, April 4th Time: 7 PM Where: Harvey Wheeler Community Center, 1276 Main Street, West Concord
Presented by Mary Cole, MPH, CHES
Greater Boston Tobacco Free Community Partnership
A Free program but please pre-register
In Massachusetts almost 24% of high school students reported u sing e-cigarette, and nearly half had tried them at least once. More high school youth e-cigarettes than all all other tobacco products combined, AND they use them nine times more often than adults.
Join us in a discussion to learn more. Vaping devices, including a juul and e-liquids, will be available so parents can see them, along with other materials.
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