Young people may feel cool when they stick an e-cigarette in their mouths and blow out a vapor, but actually they are increasing the likelihood of becoming a cigarette smoker and a cancer victim.

Dr. Christopher Manganaris of Pulmonary and Sleep Associates of Marshall County warned nearly 500 students at a Marshall County school recently that, “vaping” is not child’s play.

“We’re starting to see things we’ve seen in traditional cigarette smokers in e-cigarette users,” he said.

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