Curiosity, Friends Draw Teens To E-Cigarettes

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A new study suggests high school and middle school students are drawn to e-cigarettes by curiosity, the flavors, and the friends who are using them.

That's according to a study done by the Yale School of Medicine.

Researchers found that 80 percent of teens who said they tried e-cigarettes to quite smoking real cigarettes continued to smoke tobacco.

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