The use of electronic cigarettes has doubled among U.S. high school students, according to a recent report, and health advocates say the battery-powered devices could be leading today's youth down the wrong path.
You may not be able to smoke in a lot of places in New Jersey, but at least the state is not going to stop you from kicking the habit. In fact New Jersey comes in dead last in spending state money on programs to help people kick the habit according to the American Cancer Society.
Two New Jersey lawmakers proposed Thursday to raise their state's minimum age for buying cigarettes to 21, reaching across the Hudson River to borrow an idea from New York City in a gesture of regional cooperation to keep tobacco from many young adults.
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