Vaping e-cigarettes causes nicotine addiction and other harmful effects
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February 21, 2019
DAYTON-"They make them in fun, flavored colors. They are very easy to use and are very discreet, too," said Chelsey Eaton, a county public health program coordinator.
Eaton was talking about "vaping," or smoking e-cigarettes, and why that practice isn't as harmless as it appears.
Eaton said e-cigarettes were first developed in China to help people stop smoking and they arrived in the U.S. in 2007.
"At that time they were using simple juices. They weren't yummy. They weren't colorful," said Eaton, pointing to an array of attractive devices, some in the shape of pens or erasers, and to the...