Study finds young vapers ARE more likely to try smoking – but very few continue

Young people who use e-cigarettes are more likely to become regular smokers than those who don’t – but the numbers involved are very small and unlikely to affect the general trend of declining smoking prevalence among US youth.

That’s the conclusion to be drawn from a new study which shows that while young vapers do tend to try combustible cigarettes more frequently than non-vapers, the total numbers in both cases are low and very few of those who try do smoking stick with the habit.

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