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Can vaping cause ‘brain fog?’

Both teens and adults who vape regularly are more likely to have symptoms described as “brain fog,” – like difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions – than people who do not, according to two new analyses conducted at the University of Rochester in New York.

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E-cigarette use continues alarming climb among teens

At a time when vaping has been directly linked to more than 1,000 serious lung illnesses and several deaths across the country, results of the most recent Monitoring the Future survey of high school students are also extremely troubling. Data from the national survey of students in the eighth, 10th and 12th grades shows that the number of teens who use e-cigarettes has doubled over just the last two years.

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E-cigarette use continues obesity causing cancer shift to younger Americans

According to the most recently available Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System [BRFSS] data, the percentage of Americans who are obese has risen to 39.6% of U.S. adults over age 20. Along with this increase, new diagnoses of a dozen types of cancer linked to obesity are also shifting to younger Americans, according to a recent report.

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