American Lung Association uses $30K CVS grant for school policies
to curb e-cigarette use

CVS HEALTH has granted $30,000 to the American Lung Association to support policies in local schools to curb e-cigarette use among youths. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL NAGLE
PROVIDENCE – The American Lung Association is using a $30,000 grant from CVS Health Corp. to help Rhode Island schools design, implement and enforce new tobacco-free policies to curb rising e-cigarette use among youths. Today, 1 in 4 high school students in Rhode Island have used e-cigarettes, with those numbers expected to increase, according to…

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