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Use of e-cigarettes among high school students in the U.S. tripled from 4.5 percent in 2013 to 13.4 percent in 2014, When considering all other forms of tobacco alongside e-cigarettes, more than 27 percent of high school students were current users of tobacco products in 2018, a proportion that exceeds adult use of tobacco products.
Citizens Research Council of Michigan, 2018.
Excessive alcohol use is responsible for 2.5 million years of potential life lost annually, or an average of about 30 years of potential life lost for each death
The teen years are critical for brain development, which continues into young adulthood. Young people who use nicotine products in any form, including e-cigarettes, are uniquely at risk for long-lasting effects.
Nicotine also affects the development of brain circuits that control attention and learning.
In 2016, 1.9 Million youth (12-17 year olds) reported using Illicit drugs.
Substance abuse and mental health services administration 2016)