FIGHT AGAINST VAPING
ROSEVILLE JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
GBHS ANTI-VAPING CAMPAIGN
DESIGNED & EDITED BY: STEPH SIAU
Over the past couple of years, the rise of teen's usage of electronic cigarettes has increase exponentially. As a result, the chemicals placed in vape pens, or Juuls, has physically harmed minors and young adults, placing them in ICU's all across the nation and even taking lives away.
Users & families are misinformed about the life threatening side effects that go along with vaping. This page is dedicated to exploit the myths and shine light on the reality and facts about this issue.
electronic devices that heat liquids, which produce aerosol.
look like USB flash drives, pens or tanks
the act of using E-Cigarettes are called "vaping" or "juuling"
the liquid contains nicotine, flavorings & other chemicals that makes aerosol (tin, nickel, lead..etc)
user inhale the E-Cigarette aeorsol, then exhale into the air, similar to smoking
can harm the development of the brain in teens & young adults
EX: effects on attention, learning, mood & impulse control
highly addictive & can lead to future addiction to other drugs
shown to cause stress, anxiety, especially during withdrawl
COMMON VAPE PEN CONTAMINATES:
WHAT ARE E-CIGGS?
HOW DOES IT WORK?
MYTHS VS FACTS
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
TALK ABOUT IT!!!!!
- share your concerns with users.
- don't encourage the use
- share your stories
- GET INVOLVED! join local & national campaigns, and other families who are fighting against vaping
Vaping is UNSAFE for kids, teens and young adults.
E-cigarettes contains nicotine and other harmful chemicals, which can be highly addictive and damaging to the brain.
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