Vaping Seminar at Jamesville-DeWitt High School

Thursday, March 5

6:30 pm

Vaping: Is It Really Harmless?

Did you know? 1 in 4 students in high school are currently vaping or juuling. As they move from freshman to senior year, the numbers dramatically increase.

Vaping is now classified as an epidemic. It can lead to increased risk of stroke, cardiac issues and death. Vaping has caused extensive burns and lacerations, as well as severe lung issues like popcorn lung.

Learn more about these products, why they’re harmful and how to protect your family’s health. Parents and students are welcome.

Speakers will include:

  • Viren Kaul, MD – Pulmonology and Critical Care Medicine, Crouse Health
  • Tolani Ajagbe, MD – Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine, Crouse Health
  • Wendy Fascia – Respiratory Therapist, Crouse Health
  • Thomas Tarbox – Educational Services, Crouse Health
  • Will Hartley – Social Worker, Jamesville-DeWitt Schools
  • Officer Lindsey Pienkowski – DeWitt Police Department

Moderated by Will Guisbond & Tracey Edson.

This is a free program sponsored by Crouse Health and Jamesville-DeWitt High School. All community members are welcome.
For a chance to win a $50 gift card, register by clicking the button above. Must be present to win!