Jun 14, 2018
Kids will be kids, teens will be teens, and water will find its own level. For millennia, kids have experimented and tested limits, while exasperated parents have been just a step or two behind, trying to save them from themselves. The latest battle? Vaping and, more specifically, Juuling.
Cigarettes are passé. They are expensive, smelly, and easily detected by parents and teachers. Juuling is the sneakier and more insidious alternative. Is it more dangerous than smoking, though? The Crabs sit down with Dr. Stephen M. Cattaneo, MD, who is the Medical Director of Thoracic Oncology and the Division Director of Surgical Oncology at Anne Arundel Medical Center who breaks it all down for us.
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