E-cigarettes, which are popular among teenagers, have been found to increase the likelihood of young people later using more conventional tobacco products, a new study shows.
E-cigarettes, which are popular among teenagers, have been found to increase the likelihood of young people later using more conventional tobacco products, a new study shows. File photo The Associated Press
E-cigarettes, which are popular among teenagers, have been found to increase the likelihood of young people later using more conventional tobacco products, a new study shows. File photo The Associated Press

E-cigarettes not your dad’s Lucky Strike, but they can lead teens to later light up conventional smokes, study reports

August 19, 2015 11:18 AM