More than two-and-a-half million high school and middle school students are vaping, with many of them attracted to the sweet, fruity flavors that are offered. That’s according to a report from the CDC. A local group is trying to educate parents and community members about the risks of vaping. Tim Murdick, President of the Nopiates Committee says many parents don’t realize how easy it is for kids to buy and hide vaping materials. In this episode of Upstate Issues with Diane Donato, Murdick talks about ways parents can talk to their kids about the risks and steps they can take to ensure their kids don’t become addicted.
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