Known as e-cigarettes, vape pens and personal vaporizers, vaping has become a popular trend among teens and young people. In the U.S., roughly 2 million middle and high school students use electronic nicotine devices. But inhaling aerosol or vapor into the lungs comes with many risks.

Dr. Phil is joined by Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, to discuss the potential health hazards that may come with using vaping devices. And, if you’re thinking about switching to vaping because it’s safer for young kids to be around, Dr. Lewis-Hall explains why that’s not necessarily true.

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