New Program Works To Help Teens Stop Vaping In Colorado

August 7, 2019
A Juul brand e-cigarette. The tiny handheld device, typically around the size of a USB flashdrive, simulates the experience of tobacco smoking.A Juul brand e-cigarette. The tiny handheld device, typically around the size of a USB flashdrive, simulates the experience of tobacco smoking.John Daley/CPR News
A Juul brand e-cigarette. The tiny handheld device, typically around the size of a USB flashdrive, simulates the experience of tobacco smoking.

Colorado tops the country for teen e-cigarette use. An estimated 27,000 high schoolers here report vaping more than 10 days a month. But as CPR Health Reporter John Daley discovered, the state has few programs, scant resources, and little research to help them stop. Now there's a new effort that might help in that cause.