Teens Use Alternative Vaping Technique Named Dripping

'Dripping' may be a new, dangerous trend for teens who vape

The research states that one in four teens who vape have used e-cigarettes for a different goal than what they were intended for: making them create thicker clouds of vapor to give a strong throat sensation and intensify the flavors. This gives off better flavor, a stronger hit, and produces more and thicker vapors, say researchers.

Responsible stores demand ID from everyone and will not sell e-cigarette equipment to anyone under the age of 18.

The survey revealed that 26 percent of student e-cigarette users at eight CT high schools had tried dripping at least once. "No", he said. Story, who was not involved in the study, believes there will always be an extreme group that uses any product, including e-cigarettes, in alternative ways. One of the main concerns against its use is the increased exposure to nicotine a user gets, Krishnan-Sarin explained.

From those who answered more than 25% mentioned that they have tried an alternative vaping technique known as dripping.

They did not ask whether the students added nicotine to e-liquids for dripping, or how often the devices were used for dripping.

Krishnan-Sarin, however, said more research is needed on the long- and short-term effects of e-cigarettes.

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"Adolescents should not be using nicotine at all", Wilson said.

Krishnan-Sarin said in general people who use e-cigarettes tend to puff on them throughout the day, and that researchers don't know the short- and long-term consequences of exposing lungs to the vapors. These encourage smoking tricks, where vapor patterns can be produced with thicker clouds, Krishnan-Sarin said.

White students overall and boys were more likely than others to have tried dripping, the researchers said. "They like that they can do these novel things with them".

In recent years, electronic smoking products have become increasingly popular among teenagers, some of whom may use an e-cigarette but would not otherwise try a tobacco product.

"This points out why we need FDA providing oversight over these products and how they're being used in the real world", Billings said.

Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, responded to the study findings. "Nonetheless, it is also important to keep the science in perspective", he said. Pediatrics. Feb. 6, 2016, http://dx.doi.org/10.1542/peds.2016-3224).

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