Sadly, more and more teens are experimenting with vaping. This is troublesome as e-cigarettes contain nicotine – the same addictive drug found in combustible tobacco products. The addictive nature of nicotine in vaping devices can harm your teen’s developing brain – which continues to develop until about age 25. Consuming nicotine can harm the parts of your child’s brain that control attention, learning, mood and impulse control. Nicotine use in adolescence may increase risk for future addiction to other drugs. What to know more? Please review this booklet.