Vaping Increases Annual Healthcare Costs.

The University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing reports that annual healthcare costs for vape users are more than $2,000 higher than non-tobacco users. Lead study author Dr. Yingning Wang writes, “Healthcare costs attributable to e-cigarette use are already greater than our estimates of healthcare costs attributable to cigar and smokeless tobacco use…This is a concerning finding, given that e-cigarettes are a relatively new product whose impact is likely to increase over time.” Tobacco Control, May 2022

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