Making students see bad effects of vaping

Learning the dangers: Pupils from a primary school attending a Consumers’ Association of Penang “No Nicotine for Kids” awareness programme on smoking, vaping and the use of ecigarettes. It is important to engage the young in open, non-judgemental conversations, using real-life stories and visuals to illustrate the serious consequences of vaping.

IN recent years, the rise of vaping among students has become a matter of serious concern among teachers and parents.

As a society, it’s our responsibility to address this issue with a sense of urgency because vaping poses serious health risks, especially to young individuals.

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