New survey shows more than 2.5 million students use e-cigarettes

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – There’s a new survey showing more than 2.5 million students in middle and high school say they use e-cigarettes.

The survey was taken by “National Youth Tobacco” between early January and late May of this year.

The CDC and FDA say 14 percent of the students who use e-cigarettes are in high school and more than three percent are in middle school. And those middle schoolers say they used their e-cigarettes within the previous 30 days before taking the survey..

Researchers say e-cigarettes continue to be the most commonly used product among students.

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