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New help available for youth to quit vaping and tobacco use

 


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Nearly 5 million U.S. teens use tobacco and few widely available and accessible resources designed for teens exist to help them stop.

As a tobacco quit-line provider helping thousands of people quit tobacco every year, the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, in partnership with National Jewish Health, has launched an enhanced tobacco and vaping cessation program for teens age 18 and younger who want to stop using tobacco products, especially electronic cigarettes like JUUL.

The My Life, My Quit program combines best practices for youth tobacco cessation adapted to inc...



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