American Academy of Pediatrics issues sweeping recommendations on tobacco and e-cigarettes

While adolescent use of tobacco 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 National Conference & Exhibition, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) presents extensive recommendations to protect our nation’s youth from the pernicious effects of tobacco and nicotine. —> Read More