Surgeon General’s Report Finds E-Cigarettes Are Dangerous
The U.S. Surgeon General’s report on electronic cigarettes delivers a clear and unmistakable message to our nation’s policy makers: E-cigarettes pose a serious threat to the health of kids and young adults, and we should be doing everything we can to prevent young people from using these products.

Study Shows Electronic Cigarettes Refill Liquids Inaccurately Labeled
Recent e-cigarette study published in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing determined that half (51 percent) of the labels do not accurately reflect the levels of nicotine found in the products.

FDA Rules to Protect Americans from Tobacco Dangers 
FDA finalizes a rule extending its authority to all tobacco products including e-cigarettes.

Study Reports High School Students Using E-cigarettes
According to the 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 22 percent of high school students report using e-cigarettes in the past month, while just 12 percent are using traditional cigarettes. This alarming use of e-cigarettes highlights the need to educate youth and the general public about the dangers of e-cigarettes.Electronic Cigarette Refill Liquids Inaccurately Labeled
Journal of Pediatric Nursing

FDA Rules to Protect Americans from Tobacco Dangers

2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey  

Tobacco Use by North Dakota High School Students

Do You Vape? Not In US National Parks, You Don't
National Parks Ban E-Cigarettes

Flavored Tobacco Product Use Among US Youth Aged 12-17 Years
Journal of the American Medical Association

The American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC) opposes the use of the electronic cigarette (e-cigarette).

New CDC Report Shows E-Cigarette Ads Reach 7 in 10 U.S. Youth – FDA Regulation Needed Now

Data and Resources Regarding Electronic Cigarettes

E-Cigarette Use and Subsequent Tobacco Use by Adolescents
New Evidence About a Potential Risk of e-Cigarettes

American Medical Association

Association of Electronic Cigarette Use With Initiation of
Combustible Tobacco Product Smoking in Early Adolescence

American Medical Association