Schools take measures to monitor vaping among students

September 10th, 2018

The rate of high schoolers who smoke cigarettes dropped to a record-low in 2017. But schools are increasingly concerned about the popularity of e-cigarettes.

One school, frustrated by the surge of vape devices, installed scanners to detect when students are vaping in the bathrooms.

The JUUL brand is a popular, inconspicuous vape brand that high school students use at alarmingly high rates.

Read more about this “epidemic among kids” from CNBC.

See the article.