“Tobacco’s New Guise to Target Colorado Kids”

August 6th, 2018

About one in three Colorado high schoolers are using nicotine, but not in the way their parents did.

Vape has replaced cigarettes and chewing tobacco as the trendy smoke product teens prefer. Although vape products are often advertised as “harmless,” they can be harmful and addictive.

Tista Ghosh, deputy chief medical officer at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, shared this piece in The Denver Post on how the vape industry appeals to young people, and what youth and adults should know about the risks. 

Go to the story in The Denver Post