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TAKING STEPS TO PREVENT YOUR TEEN FROM VAPING SHOULDN'T BE

SET A GOOD EXAMPLE

If you use tobacco, it’s never too late to quit.

 

For free help, visit smokefree.gov or

call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

TALK TO YOUR TEEN EARLY AND OFTEN

  1. Let your child know that you want them to stay away from all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, because they are not safe.

  2. Encourage your child to learn the facts & get tips for quitting tobacco products at teen.smokefree.gov.

 

SEEK HELP AND GET INVOLVED

  1. Set up an appointment with your child’s doctor to learn more.

  2. Connect with your teen's teachers and counselors to discuss your concerns.

 

It's never too early or too late.

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