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CATCH My  Breath

A Program and Curriculum for Grades 6 through 8 to keep our youth breathing free from nicotine.

No E-Cigarettes Allowed

UTHealth, School of Public Health, Austin Campus
UT MD Anderson Cancer Treatment and Prevention Center
Michael & Susan Dell Center for Health Living
CATCH Global Foundation

Written and directed by Steven Kelder, MPH, PhD with support from:

Megan Grayless, Joey Walker, Cassie Davis, Elizabeth McDonald, Alexandra Haas, Susan Luton, Kathleen Case, Dale Manty, Allison Lazard, Duncan Van Dusen, Emily Burgess, Katie Stone, Brooks Ballard, and Laura Aavang

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Keep Kids Clean From E-cigarettes

  • The general public is ill-informed about E-cigarettes, and the tobacco/vaping industry doesn’t want anyone to become better informed. What's worse, the industry spreads misinformation. Kids are highly curious about E-cigarettes. And they are after the flavor.
  • E-cigarette vapor contains nicotine and toxic carcinogenic chemicals like formaldehyde. 
  • Nicotine is more harmful to young, developing brains than mature adult brains. Young brains are also far more vulnerable to nicotine addiction than adult brains.
  • Because they are new, nobody is 100% certain how harmful E-cigarettes are. Parents need accurate information to best guide their children.

    Why experiment with our children’s health? It’s time for teachers, nurses and counselors to save the day!

 

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