ILLINOIS (WCIA) — A growing number of teenagers are making choices putting their health at risk.
Data from the Illinois Department of Public Health says fewer teenagers are using cigarettes, but more are smoking e-cigarettes.
The Macon County Health Department says e-cigarettes vary in the amount of nicotine, but there are risks for using them.
Health officials say they’re noticing some e-cigarettes users are becoming cigarettes smokers. They want parents to talk to their children about these dangers.