More young teens are smoking electronic cigarettes, report says

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California – Many young teens are now using electronic cigarettes, according to a recent report from KCOY.

The number of high school students who have used e-cigarettes has doubled from 2011 to 2012, according to the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention.

Unlike a regular cigarette, electronic cigarettes are battery operated and don’t use smoke to deliver the nicotine. Instead it produces vapor.

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