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Posted: Nov 5, 2020/ 04:08 PM ESTUpgraded: Nov 5, 2020/ 04:08 PM EST
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM)– The Wolf Administration concluded a two-day vaping top on Thursday, attracting more than 550 guests to attend to the health effects of vaping in Pennsylvania.
The virtual vaping summit discussed research study, policies, and programs regarding the vaping epidemic in Pennsylvania. Specialists essentially presented the most recent details on health factors to consider, advocacy, and policy work to avoid electronic cigarette use.
Pa. Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine takes pride in the supporters and specialists coming together to attend to the statewide vaping epidemic.
“Thousands throughout Pennsylvania fall victim to the strategically marketed tobacco and vaping products and are uninformed of the considerable health effects such as nicotine addiction and lung associated injuries,” Dr. Rachel Levine said.
Summit attendees were able to take part in breakout discussions, address e-cigarette product usage in schools and the neighborhood, and identifying chances for community engagement to prevent vaping in Pa.
. This top was supported through American Lung Association, Pennsylvania Alliance to Manage Tobacco (PACT), and Tobacco Resistance Unite (TRU).
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