Cigarette smoking at new low among youths, survey finds

A look at the evidence behind outdoor smoking bans

Cigarette smoking hit the lowest point ever recorded among American eighth-graders and high school sophomores and seniors last year, a newly released report shows. Last year, only 5% of high school sophomores said they had smoked cigarettes daily in the previous 30 days, compared with 18% of sophomores who were smoking daily at one point in the 1990s. The numbers have also plunged for eighth-graders and high school seniors, hitting their lowest point since the surveys began. The change is just one of the findings in a vast new report on the well-being of American children, compiled by the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics.
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Electronic Cigarettes Retailer Vapor Jedi Launches New Canadian Website

None of the products that http://www.vaporjedi.com sells are intended as a solution to quit smoking, though some people find these products can be used as a replacement solution to kick unwanted habits. Additionally, some question electronic cigarettes safety and believe that vaporizers could be just as harmful to people as smoking real cigarettes. But according to an article on VaporJedi.com, “There have been no reported negative side effects even in people who vaporize heavily all day every day for years. Unlike a cigarette, you don’t actually burn anything and pretty much all you inhale is a bit of water vapor and the flavor of your choice. Everything from chocolate, to fruit, to bacon, to tobacco, you can get eJuice in pretty much any flavor you can imagine.” Vapor Jedi’s line of Canadian eJuice with nicotine or without is available exclusively on the new website.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.menafn.com/1093676945/Electronic-Cigarettes-Retailer-Vapor-Jedi-Launches-New-Canadian-Website

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