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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports that 14% of high school students admit to using e-cigarettes, while 27.6% of those students say they vape at least once a day. Pixabay.

Vaping teenagers remain a problem at Galt High, following national trends

Josh Cullers, Galt High School October 27, 2022

Just like the rest of the country, Galt High has in recent years seen an increase in problems with students vaping on campus – and the administration has taken steps this year to deal with the problem. The...

An unidentified CSU Sacramento student vaping on campus. Photo by Juliana Castro, C.K. McClatchy High.

Health experts warn of vaping, nicotine addictions in reaction to vaping surge

Juliana Castro, C. K. McClatchy High School October 2, 2022

The teen vaping surge has skyrocketed recently because e-cigarette companies like Juul Labs target younger audiences, according to the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Sutter Health Respiratory...

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