The American Heart Association (AHA) is just one of many that has expressed concerns over how many young American’s are using e-cigarettes. Comments from the AHA were released just after the release of the 2017 CDC data, which revealed that an estimated 2.1 million middle and high school students have used e-cigarettes in the last 30 days.
Many hoped this number would fall. While it did decrease, it was a minor decline from just under 2.2 million reported in 2016. AHA CEO, Nancy Brown, admitted in a statement that the decline by the 2016 survey has appeared to have stalled.
She went on to say, “Our greatest fear is that this may be a warning sign of a reversal, and in coming years we may see a disturbing rise in the number of middle and high school students who smoke e-cigarettes.”
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