According to the 2018 Indiana Youth Survey, nearly 30 percent of 12th-graders in Indiana report using electronic vapor products in the last month, an increase of 45 percent over 2017 numbers. And, as the brain continues developing until age 25, adolescent use of e-cigarettes containing nicotine can harm the part of the brain responsible for mood, learning and impulse control.
Join us for this experience as we learn and:
- Understand e-cigarettes, including JUUL
- Understand how they are impacting Indiana’s youth
- Understand the health risks of youth usage
- Resources to assist with education, prevention and helping those who are addicted