In a study based on the National Youth Tobacco Survey, 1 in 3 U.S. high school students said they had inhaled secondhand aerosol “vapor” from e-cigarettes, an increase from the 25% of students who reported secondhand vapor exposure in years past.
New research finds that secondhand e-cigarette smoke can cause health complications — despite the fact that vapor is often odorless.
Learn more in this CNN article and see the current rates of e-cigarette use in Colorado.
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