- As of 2012, 1.78 million children had used e-cigarettes with only 160,000 of these children reporting having never used tobacco cigarettes (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention est).
- $3 billion was spent on e-cigarettes in the US, and sales are expected to have risen 17 times over the next 15 years (WHO).
- Previous report by Medical News today shows that flavored tobacco products may be responsible for attracting some young people to start smoking.
If you do have need to correct any information on our web or blog, please do contact our editorial team. Refer to our contact page.
Please note: All information; video or text published on our website or blog should not be used as a substitute for your care provider, or in lieu of informed medical advice. Consequently, we strongly recommend that you do not make medical decisions or take any action without consulting your care provider.