One in five Minnesota high school students are using e-cigarettes–that’s according to new data from the 2020 Minnesota Youth Tobacco Survey. Laura Oliven with the state Health Department says teens are especially vulnerable to the damage from tobacco use…

“And we certainly need to reenergize our efforts to increase awareness of the danger of nicotine to their health, to their brain, especially with the COVID pandemic still raging on.”

Oliven says any youth who is looking for help to stop using tobacco products should look into the My Life, My Quit program, which is free and confidential.