Experts recommend no vaping or e-cigarette use while two potentially fatal illnesses are being investigated:
Learn more about marijuana & vaping:
Source: Ventura County California Healthy Kids Survey, 2017-18
A Stanford study found that vaping ads have been widely promoted on the social media platforms teens use, and spread via #hashtags and paid social media influencers.
Source: “JUUL Advertising Over its First Three Years on the Market,” Stanford University School of Medicine
Nicotine is highly addictive and can harm brain development. It contributes to problems with concentration, learning, and impulse control.
Vaping products are largely unregulated. In a recent study, vape juices advertised as having zero nicotine were tested, and over 90% of them contained up to 24% nicotine.
Ventura County Access Line1-844-385-9200