WASHINGTON (CNN ) – The Surgeon General is sounding the alarm on e-cigarettes.
In a new report released Thursday, the nation’s top doctors says e-cigarettes are among the most commonly used form of tobacco for U.S. teens.
E-cigarette use among high school students increased by 900 percent from 2011 to 2015.
The negative effects of nicotine use poses an even bigger threat to the developing teen brain.
In the report, the Surgeon General called for immediate legal action such including e-cigarettes in smoking bans and increasing taxes on e-cigarette products.