As the number of reported illnesses linked to vaping continues to increase, education officials are looking into how schools are impacted. There have been than 450 cases and six deaths reported in the U.S. so far.
Dr. Sherman Whitfield says data he is seeing in and around Little Rock matches national numbers. "About one-in-five high school students have tried vaping," says Whitfield. "With a disturbing one-in-20 teens in middle school trying the nicotine delivery products.
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KARK - Capitol View on September 15, 2019