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Despite a recent decline nationally, educators locally continue to worry about vaping among teenagers and the possibility that without adult vigilance youths will develop lifelong, health-threatening addictions. [...] Tillery discussed how modern e-cigarettes were launched in China in 2003 and by 2006 had made it to the United States. She said e-cigarettes were initially viewed in the medical world as much safer than conventional cigarettes. That view has begun to change as more medical research is done, especially when it comes to teenagers.