R.I. KIDS COUNT: E-cigarette usage among youth higher than traditional cigarette use

NEW DATA FROM Rhode Island KIDS COUNT shows that more middle-school and high-school students are using e-cigarettes, while regular cigarette use has declined. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
NEW DATA FROM Rhode Island KIDS COUNT shows that more middle-school and high-school students are using e-cigarettes, while regular cigarette use has declined. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT
PROVIDENCE – New data from Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released Friday shows that a higher rate of middle-school and high-school students are using e-cigarettes more than traditional cigarettes and the nonprofit is calling on the state to continue to help curtail usage among youth. According to the data compiled in a youth risk behavior survey…
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