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A U.S. government study has found that vaping rates among young students fell sharply this year.
The drop comes after last year's sudden increase in vaping-related illnesses and deaths.
The national survey, released this week,
showed that just under 20 percent of high school students said they were recent users of e-cigarettes and other vaping products.
Just 5 percent of middle school students said they had recently used them.
That marks a big decrease from a similar survey in 2019.
The earlier survey found nearly 28 percent of high school students and 11 percent of middle school students had recently vaped.
The 2020 survey was carried out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in partnership with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
About 20,000 American students took part in the survey from mid-January to mid-March.
They were asked about the use of any vaping or tobacco products during the past month.
美国政府的一项研究发现,今年青少年学生的电子烟吸烟率大幅下降。
去年,吸电子烟导致的相关疾病和死亡人数骤然增加。
本周发布的全国调查显示,
只有不到20%的高中生表示最近使用了电子烟和其他电子烟产品。
只有5%的中学生称他们最近使用了电子烟。
与2019年的一项类似调查相比,这一数字大幅减少。
此前调查发现,近28%的高中生和11%的初中生最近使用过电子烟。
2020年的调查由美国疾病控制预防中心(简称CDC)和美国食品药品监督管理局(简称FDA)联合进行。
这项调查在1月中旬至3月中旬进行,约2万名美国学生参与。
他们被问及在过去一个月使用电子烟或烟草产品的情况。
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