Since e-cigarettes were introduced in the United States in 2007, “vaping” has grown increasingly in popularity, particularly by adults trying to quit smoking and by teens who consider it “cool.”
Yet as the practice has become more widespread, a growing body of evidence indicates that vaping products may be dangerous and negatively impact one’s health.
Crouse Health physician Viren Kaul, MD, is a board certified pulmonologist and critical care medicine specialist with a special interest in vaping, especially among teens. This page is meant to be a resource for our community, and will be updated regularly with new information from Dr. Kaul and a variety of sources.
To make an appointment with Dr. Kaul, call Crouse Medical Practice at 315-479-5070.