Research keeps indicating that e-cigarettes are significantly safer and less addictive than their combustible counterparts.
On another note, research keeps indicating that e-cigarettes are significantly safer and less addictive than their combustible counterparts. Therefore for adolescents who are likely to experiment with tobacco products, it is better to do so with e-cigarettes rather than with riskier products.
Amongst other things, school administrators in Chicago are concerned that vaping is dangerous for adolescents, as nicotine could have long terms negative effects on their developing brains and will lead to lifelong addictions. “There’s a glory to this,” said Bill Walsh, principal at Hinsdale Central High School. “I don’t think students understand what the long-term effect is.”