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- The rate of e-cigarette use among youth has accelerated dramatically in BC, which is particularly concerning given the devastating health consequences of e-cigarettes.
- Lack of awareness of the health risks of vaping and misconceptions about vaping products contribute to the rise of e-cigarette use among youth. Hence, it is critical that efforts to increase awareness of the health risks of vaping are established.
- Two interventions aimed at reducing vaping among BC youths are secondary school e-cigarette education programs through (1) the expansion of the physical and health education curriculum and (2) the addition of online learning modules.
- Implementation of e-cigarette education programs through online learning modules is recommended as they can be established faster and are more cost-effective.
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