“We keep calling it vaping, and calling it vapor,” Amy Osterman said. “But it’s an aerosol. It’s more like hairspray.”
That’s an image Osterman, youth marijuana and tobacco prevention coordinator for Walla Walla County’s Department of Community Health, likes to share with parents and teens.
Osterman is one of a trio of specialists presenting a vaping prevention and education night for parents and young adults on Monday.
Vaping is not safe for teens, kids and young adults, the federal agency has decreed.
School districts nationwide have been caught flat-footed and struggle to banish vaping on campuses, said Diana Zuckerman, author and president of the National Center for Health Research.
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