“Head in the Clouds” launched as a campaign to get parents to realize the dangers of teen vaping.
In 2019, the FDA and US Surgeon General declared it an epidemic: more than 27% of U.S. high-school students and 10.5% of middle schoolers are using vape, and the numbers are increasing every year. With the serious health complications, or worse, that vaping causes, it has created a new trend of nicotine use, and a lifetime of addiction among these kids. The work simply exposes the dangerous blind spots parents may have when it comes to teens and vape: what we don’t know about vaping could hurt, or even kill our kids.
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