While the tobacco lobby has fought long and hard to keep cigarettes on the shelves, more and more people are turning to vaporizers. It’s an easy way for people to get that nicotine fix without all of the dangers of inhaling smoke.

Vaporizers might seem harmless but we really don’t know much about their long-term effects at this time. That’s why this new trend of “juuling” that has become popular with teenagers is so darn dangerous!

There’s a dangerous new trend that is sweeping high schools and it’s called “juuling”. Students are using these nicotine vaporizers because they taste good, and they are super discreet – they can easily be confused with USB drives by parents who aren’t in the know. 

While Juul is marketed to adults who are looking to quit smoking, the fact that kids are drawn to them for the discretion they provide is undeniable. Even more undeniable? The high level of nicotine that each pull contains.

Juul might not be a cigarette, but it’s creating addicts all the same due to the high amount of nicotine in them. While it is illegal for those under 18 to buy them, kids somehow always manage to find a way. Sure, there’s no second-hand smoke, but long-term nicotine addiction is nothing to sneeze at either. 

Teens are always going to be experimenting with some sort of illicit substance, but making these vaporizers so darn appealing to younger folks certainly isn’t keeping these kids away from Juuling. As a parent, it’s important to know what to look out for.

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