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.

  1. TIME magazine, "The New American Addiction, How Juul Hooked Kids and Ignited a Public Health Crisis." September 30, 2019.