How Nationwide Vaping Concerns Are Playing Out On The South Fork - 27 East

How Nationwide Vaping Concerns Are Playing Out On The South Fork

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East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum.   ELIZABETH VESPE

East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum. ELIZABETH VESPE

School board member, Jacqueline Lowey, school board vice president, Christina DeSanti, East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum.   ELIZABETH VESPE

School board member, Jacqueline Lowey, school board vice president, Christina DeSanti, East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum. ELIZABETH VESPE

School board member, Jacqueline Lowey, school board vice president, Christina DeSanti, East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum. ELIZABETH VESPE

School board member, Jacqueline Lowey, school board vice president, Christina DeSanti, East Hampton School District Superintendent Richard Burns and District Clerk Kerri Stevens at the most recent school board meeting announcing the vaping forum. ELIZABETH VESPE

Dr. Howard Sklarek, a pulmonologist at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, recommends everyone to stop vaping until vape products are proven to be safe. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Dr. Howard Sklarek, a pulmonologist at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, recommends everyone to stop vaping until vape products are proven to be safe. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Southampton High School Principal Dr. Brian Zahn announcing the vaping forum to the school board on September 17. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Southampton High School Principal Dr. Brian Zahn announcing the vaping forum to the school board on September 17. ANISAH ABDULLAH

Examples of different vapes. PRESS FILE

Examples of different vapes. PRESS FILE

A display of Juul e-cigarettes.  PRESS FILE

A display of Juul e-cigarettes. PRESS FILE

authorAnisah Abdullah on Sep 26, 2019
In the last month, two adults with a history of vaping have been admitted to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital for acute respiratory failure, tying the East End into the national... more

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