The New York Times: Vaping Declines Among High School Students, Survey Shows

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A recent survey conducted by federal health agencies showed that the percentage of high school students using e-cigarettes decreased from 14% to 10% in the spring of this year. Vaping rates among middle school students increased slightly from 3.3% to 4.6% in 2023, while traditional cigarette use for high school students remained at less than 2%. The decline in high school vaping was attributed to flavor bans and educational campaigns. Experts remain concerned about overall tobacco use for the youth, which saw minimal change at 10% among middle and high school students.

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