By Cara Murez
FRIDAY, May 5, 2023 (HealthDay News) — While public health officials have expressed concerns about teens vaping, a new study suggests getting more to quit may be simple.
Eliminating flavored e-cigarettes may reduce the use of vapes altogether in teens and young adults, the research found.
“The restriction of the availability for certain e-cigarette e-liquid flavors has been considered by various regulatory agencies,” said senior author Alayna Tackett, of the Center for Tobacco Research at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center in Columbus.
“Our team was interested in surveying youth and young adults to understand their thoughts on what choices…