Trump administration’s proposed ban on flavored e-cigs may FAIL to stop one in four US high school students from vaping – unless it includes mint and menthol flavors used by 60% of US teens, experts warn

More than one in four high school students in the US now vape, as do more than 10 percent of middle schoolers, new research reveals.

Vaping-linked illnesses have risen to a crisis in recent months, killing 39 people – including at least one as young as 17 – and sickening 1,900.

A series of pair of new studies from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the University of Southern California (USC) reveal that e-cigarette use is even more ubiquitous among American teens than previously thought.

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