He Started Vaping as a Teen and Now Says Habit Is ‘Impossible to Let Go’

June 8, 2018

(Kaiser Health News) – Dr. Deborah Liptzin, a pediatric pulmonologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado, sees the evidence differently. E-cigarettes, she said, have become “the new way to get kids addicted to nicotine.” There’s been scant e-cigarette research, she noted, including on Juul and the ingredients in the e-liquids used in the devices. “They specifically use nicotine salts,” Liptzin said. “We have no research that I could find on nicotine salts that are inhaled, because it’s so new.”

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