Get the Facts about Vaping and E-Cigarettes
Do you or a family member use tobacco?
Vaping, or the use of electronic “e-cigarettes,” has grown dramatically across the U.S. – especially among young people. TIME magazine calls the use of e-cigarettes “the new American addiction.”1
Do you or a family member use tobacco? Are you concerned about vaping? Tufts Health Freedom Plan can help.
E-cigarettes are electronic devices that use liquid, often containing nicotine or THC. They create a vapor or aerosol that the user inhales. But they affect younger users and older adults alike.
The cases of vaping-related lung illness continue to rise. And researchers still do not know the long-term health effects of e-cigarettes.
Many people are trying to stop their use of e-cigarettes and all tobacco products. Tufts Health Freedom Plan offers several tools for tobacco cessation. We can help you or a family member take charge of your health and live a healthier life. For example, telephonic and virtual coaching provide convenient access to personalized instruction.
To learn more about vaping, visit the website for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.