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“E-cigarette” is short for ____________ .
Which part of an e-cigarette contains a liquid solution made up of propylene glycol, glycerol, water, nicotine, flavorings, and other chemicals?
What addictive ingredient do e-cigarettes share with tobacco cigarettes?
What is the meaning of the term “vaping”?
True or False: The toxic ingredient formaldehyde, a chemical which may cause cancer, has been found in the liquid in some e-cigarettes.
The liquid in e-cigarettes can ____________ if someone drinks, sniffs, or touches it.
True or False: The science shows that e-cigarettes always have a positive impact on helping people quit smoking tobacco.
True or False: Research shows a strong link between teens using e-cigarettes and smoking tobacco cigarettes (both of which contain the same addictive ingredient nicotine).
True or False: Recent surveys show smoking tobacco cigarettes is at an all-time low among middle and high school students.
True or False: As with tobacco cigarettes, recent surveys show decreases in the number of teens who have used e-cigarettes in the past month.
About how many adult tobacco smokers started smoking tobacco cigarettes before age 18?
E-cigarettes may not be that helpful for quitting tobacco cigarettes since ____________ of adults who use e-cigarettes also use tobacco cigarettes.
True or False: The federal government has rules about how e-cigarettes are made and sold in the United States.
Due to the dramatic increases in the number of users as well as concerns over possible health effects, the federal government is considering ____________ e-cigarettes.
Based on animal studies, researchers suspect the nicotine in e-cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes may prime human brains to find other drugs, like cocaine, more rewarding. This would result in:
What do scientists currently know about the health effects from exposure to the chemicals in e-cigarette aerosol and secondhand aerosol?