Doctor shares what parents need to know about vaping

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Six deaths and hundreds of cases of severe lung illness are now linked to vaping. The government is cracking down, calling for a ban on most flavored e-cigarettes because of the huge appeal to young people.

Dr. Michael Smiley is a SLUCare pulmonologist at Cardinal Glennon Children'S Hospital.  He shares what parents need to know when it comes to these products and how to spot them.

 

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