Could Vaping Increase Lead & Uranium Exposure?

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Could Vaping Increase Lead: Teens vaping is problematic everywhere, as evidenced by this news report from Australia: “Frequent teen vaping might boost the risk of exposure to lead and uranium, potentially harming brain and organ development, suggests research published online in the journal Tobacco Control…Vaping is popular with teens. In 2022, an estimated 14% of United States high school students around 2.14 million – and more than 3% of middle school students, around 380,000 – reported vaping in the preceding month, note the researchers. This has created a hornets’ nest of challenges for school officials. Fortunately, there are resources such as Soter Technologies‘ FlySense® vaping detection devices, which notify school officials – in real time – when vaping (and/or bullying) is taking place in areas such as restrooms where recording devices are not an option due to privacy issues.


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