Vaping pot worse, than vaping tobacco for teens’ lungs

3/3/21– According to results from the U.S. federally funded Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study, teenagers who vape pot are more likely to wheeze and cough than those who smoke or vape nicotine. Survey responses from nearly 15,000 teens showed that vaping pot increased their risk of wheezing or whistling in the chest by 81%, compared with a 15% increased risk from cigarettes and a 9% increased risk from nicotine e-cigarettes. Read