Study Finds One in Four High School E-Cigarette Users Have Tried “Dripping”

From NIH

A study of high school students found that one in four teens reported using e-cigarettes for “dripping,” a practice in which users produce and inhale vapors by placing drops of e-liquids directly onto heated atomizer coils. In a survey of 1,080 Connecticut high school students who used e-cigarettes, 26.1 percent of students reported this behavior. The survey found students engaged in dripping to produce thicker clouds of vapor, improve flavors, and produce a stronger throat hit. The research was funded by NIDA and the Food and Drug Administration Center for Tobacco Products.

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