INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The University of Michigan recently released a study that said only a fraction of teens who use e-cigarettes actually inhale nicotine. The nationwide survey looked at the threat of e-cigarettes, especially to teenagers.
Dr. Richard Feldman from Franscisan St. Francis Health-Indianapolis stopped by Daybreak to talk about what that study means.
He also discussed the differences between the more fruity flavors and the nicotine flavors.
In addition, he also talked about some of the other health issues related to e-cigarettes.
To hear more from Dr. Feldman discuss e-cigarettes, click on the video.