Vaping Among Teens

Vaping devices are popular among teens and are now the most commonly used form of nicotine among youth in the U.S. Some research shows that many teens do not even realize that vaping cartridges contain nicotine, and assume the pods contain only flavoring. Learn more here!

Photo of an e-pipe, e-cigar, tank devices, and rechargeable and disposable e-cigarettes.

 

 

 

Confronting the Vaping Epidemic

Matt Bellace, PhD, Psychologist and Comedian, talks about the dangers of vaping in a clear and easy-to-understand way. He conveys the seriousness of the consequences and also provides a positive and hopeful approach to choosing not to vape.

 

 

 

 

Teen Needs Lung Transplant from Vaping

Do you know a teen that is vaping? It can cause serious damage to their health. This video is from a teen who has suffered serious health consequences due to his vaping.

VIDEO: 17-year-old speaks out after double lung transplant due to vaping

 

Life of a Student Athlete: Tip of the Week

Tip: Vaping isn’t considered safe for teens because your brain is still developing and can expose you to toxic substances and nicotine.

Exposure to nicotine and toxic substances in vaping devices can cause your breathing to become rapid and shallow, as well as increase heart rate and blood pressure.  The vapor can contain volatile organic compounds, flavoring such as diacetyl which is a chemical linked to a serious lung disease and heavy metals such as nickel, tin and lead. Nicotine use can also rewire the brain, which can impact your concentration, learning and impulse control.

How To Talk With Your Kids About Vaping

“Our comprehensive vaping guide will explain the culture of vaping, what the current research says (and doesn’t say), and how to approach difficult conversations about vaping or Juuling with your child. Download the guide now.”

How to Talk With Your Kids About Vaping [GUIDE]

 

What To Know About Vaping

Vaping. Maybe you’ve seen young kids doing it — and maybe you wished you had more definitive information about the ways in which it’s a health risk. There’s a lot of misinformation out there, and Natural High is here to cut through the clutter.

Life of a Student Athlete: Tip of the Week

 

Tip: The lungs are designed for breathing in oxygen, not substances delivered by a vaping device.

Lung damage occurs because the substance remains at the bottom of the lung. This impacts the total amount of oxygen your lungs can access, therefore impacting your athletic performance.

 

How to Help Kids Dodge Cigarette, Vaping, and Pot Marketing and Stay Smoke-Free

New ways to smoke, new stuff to smoke, and evolving legal guidelines make it tougher to teach kids to just say no. Read the full article here.