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Fighting teen vaping with Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Part One

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Fighting teen vaping with Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Part One

Fighting teen vaping with Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Part One

The US Surgeon General warned parents, teachers, and health professionals about the spike in e-cigarette use among teenagers.

Research states one out of five high school students are currently using the product.

Here to tell us more is bonnie from the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.

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Fighting teen vaping with Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky Part One

And health c1 3 welcome back to mid-day kentuck will listen up the us surgeon general want, parents, teachers, and health professionals david about the spiking e cigarettes use amongst teenagers, researchers state one out of five high schools due to a currently using the product.

This is pretty it is all right that he does tell us more is only from the foundation for a healthy can techie welcome to the show.

My friend think very important totally against these products ... i just feel bad that it seems to be cooler because when you inhale the vague and they make smoke rings out of the all the smoke that comes up.

I'm is a most smoke than a normal cigarette butts a normalcy with the nearly half rear is a cool factor here.

Here's and you'll right here in my hand.

You can feel it's the most popular brandon e-cigarette is all that is like the is a will trio the parent company of philip morris just bought a 35% share of the over the they wanted well .8 dolly ocean with 1 billion the baby because this is what we want people to not that the sic, the tobacco companies have seen the decrease in deciles because of aping because of either buying and the problem is that it runs on the same model of addiction model right and who i most the day did the developing brain of a teenager.

So 90% of tobacco use starts before age 18.

These are chock full of nicotine as well as carcinogens heavy metals volatile organic compounds and other particles that is inhaled into your lungs diacetyl of flavoring okay it's been approved by the fda but not to inhale into your lungs were causes what we are concerned about his parents don't know c1 3 look like teachers think it's a jump driv and sadly exercise irs computer over the cards on your can hear and so, teachers edith on the outside here in a big antenna or a jump right in and ease your at it is absolutely not ashamed of your time schools deciles can this be like you have this in school easily it can see i was you know i take a little head and i below the air file into m arm and worked it and there's n and i can write to the bathroom i did make the vapor out of it actually vapors the wrong word actually closes and needed a break aerosol with all of those chemical and nicotine okay and i below the aerosol into my arm the teachers don't even know that the deal is teachers and parents kids are using these right under your nose okay and that's what i want to talk about their dangerous for where we in the city kentucky compare to the rest so we have numbers from last year that show the or higher in terms of use of both traditional to apple product cigarettes public but also e- cigarette rate nationally right now as you said one in five hig schoolers, one in 20 middle schoolers.

These are little you are using to you when the surgeon general is you want to work will be the kids differently like is will yell t the kids yes it actually is because the brain is developing until your about more susceptible to make so we are affecting kids ability to control their impulses, repairing that were also impairing their learning and these are not only immediate effect their long-term permanent the fact that's why the addiction model is so harmful the kids and that most tobacco use arts before age 18 this is the new cool fleet looking at skins that you can put on and check out that one over there unicorn.

This is clearly not a product marketed to adults to help them grow most widely know this is marketed to children.

What's your organization doing in the city kentucky to fight this epidemic.

One of the first things were doing is that were trying to get a statewide tobacco free school bill right now you can smoke inside the building or use e-cigarette in moscow infinitely but you can smoke or use e-cigarette athletic events in cars on field trips and bath you need to have that completely man so that is a bill that the alleged nature right now to be an all tobacco use bondable property or in school is a one thing to please wanted to fight the fight to increase taxes okay telling you this email but not high enough we usually are we five for a dollar in which it is what we thought we can get to get netiquette health and if that's what we ended up getting with 50 up now that the highest cigarette tax increase history of the commonwealth is not reason paul shows that smokers there the effect that affected their behavior in some way because of the cigarette and cu back while the 28th but you have to ride to stay with the weekly nothing to do what's public.

Stay with him.

We continue to talk about the bike up to the show break what you want to mid- day kentucky which is a very important,




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