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NIH Issues Research Findings Showing E-Cigarettes May Complicate Teen Attempts to Quit Nicotine

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has issued research findings showing that electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) may complicate teen attempts to quit nicotine.  NIH notes that among teens, unsuccessful attempts to quit smoking rose recently after years of decline—a reversal that might relate to the recent rise in vaping.  To read the NIH announcement and summary of its research findings showing e-cigarettes may complicate teen attempts to quit nicotine, use the link below.