Juuling, Vaping, and E-Cigarettes

What should you know about e-cigarettes?

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and LNK TV Health team up to tell you more about the history of e-cigarettes, the health risks of youth use of these products, how marketers target youth and adults, who is using e-cigarettes, and how to quit in this five-part series on youth vaping. 

What are the Facts?

  • Juul pods always contain nicotine

  • Nicotine harms adolescent brain development

  • Juul and other electronic cigarettes are not recommended for pregnant women or adolescents

  • Juul and other electronic cigarettes are not an FDA approved way to quit tobacco

  • Juul and other electronic cigarettes are not just harmless water vapor