AAP Recommendations on Tobacco & E-Cigarettes
While teen tobacco use has declined since the 1970s, it remains a persistent public health problem – and
e-cigarettes are threatening to addict a new generation to nicotine.
In a comprehensive set of policies issued during its 2015 National Conference & Exhibition, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) presented extensive recommendations to protect our nation's youth from the effects of tobacco and nicotine.
AAP Policy Statements:
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