Israeli Teenagers Smoking More Electronic and Hand-rolled Cigarettes, Study Says

Within three months of the JUULe-cigarette entering the Israeli market, the rate of kids aged 13 to 18 who reported trying it shot up from 0.4 percent to 5.3 percent

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A survey conducted in recent months by the Smoke Free Israel Initiative shows a significant rise in the proportion of teenagers experimenting with the electronic cigarette JUUL and with rolled cigarettes.