to the top of the page
Jan 07 2021

Both teens and adults who vape are more likely to report difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions, according to researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). The results of two separate investigations confirmed the link between vaping and mental fog. 

The experts also found that kids were more likely to experience mental fog if they started vaping before the age of 14.

Previous studies have uncovered an association between vaping and mental impairment in animals, but the URMC team is the first to establish the same link in humans. 

Read the entire article here.