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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) cases surge across the country, they say there is growing evidence that smokers and e-cigarette users are at risk of harming lungs, especially teens and young adults. Leading health groups, including the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the American Medical Association (AMA), are sharing the best resources to help smokers and e-cigarette users quit NOW and prevent young people from using these products. We’ve always known that smoking increases the risk for respiratory infections, can weaken your immune system, and is a major cause of underlying health conditions, like heart and lung disease, that impact risk for COVID-19. In fact, the CDC recently warned that being a cigarette smoker increases the risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

In addition, there is growing evidence that vaping can also harm lung health and increase the risk of becoming infected with the coronavirus. These findings are especially concerning as 3.6 million kids nationwide currently use e-cigarettes. Health experts say there has never been a better time for people who smoke or vape to quit – and to prevent kids from starting in the first place. if these products are so addictive, smokers can get help quitting by visiting QUIT SMOKING here.

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