Vaping Advertisements and Teens

The Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living is developing a series of reports, Healthy Children, Healthy State, to raise awareness of child health risk factors in order to develop new programs and actions, and to build on current initiatives in Texas. The Vaping Advertisements and Teens report highlights the rate and problems with vaping advertisements in Texas.

This report was released on December 15, 2020.

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Vaping, or e-cigarette use, has become an epidemic among teens. We must improve teen vaping rates in Texas. Learn more at go.uth.edu/TexasChildHealth #HealthyChildrenHealthyState

Teens who report seeing vaping advertisements are much more likely than their peers to begin vaping and to continue vaping in the future. We must improve Teen vaping rates in Texas. Learn more at go.uth.edu/TexasChildHealth #HealthyChildrenHealthyState


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Vaping by Texas middle and high school students is linked to the presence of tobacco retail stores within a half-mile of schools. We must improve Teen vaping rates in Texas. Learn more at go.uth.edu/TexasChildHealth

Unlike cigarette advertising, e-cigarette advertising is not restricted by the federal government. 
We must improve Teen vaping rates in Texas. Learn more at go.uth.edu/TexasChildHealth