uh-PARENT-ly Ep. 3 | How kids are vaping in school and getting away with it

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Anne Johnsos and Tracy Heuvelman Weiner, hosts of WGN Radio's latest podcast on parenting.

Remember the “good old days” when kids just smoked? Of course, it was terrible for them, but at least the adults around them could smell it and react. Today’s kids get their nicotine (and other chemicals) from vaping, which is like smoking an electronic cigarette with no odor or telltale signs.

Join Tracy Heuvelman Weiner and Anne Johnsos as they talk to Matthew Quinn, licensed clinical professional counselor and certified alcohol and drug counselor with Rosecrance Health Network. He says the key to keeping our kids safe is education and communication.

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