Doesn't that make you angry?
And though they might not know this, teens may be living it: almost all nicotine use starts in adolescence, when experimentation and risk-taking are part of normal development.3 We’re looking at you, e-cigarettes.
Here's the part that should really upset you: early nicotine exposure alters teens’ brains and makes them addicts.4 Why? Because the human brain develops through the mid-twenties, making teens extra vulnerable to addiction.
But together, we can put a roadblock in the path to addiction – we can raise the minimum sales age of tobacco to 21. Raise your hand. Raise your voice.#UpTheAge