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In Tennessee, 11.5 percent of high school students use e-cigarettes, while 9.4 percent smoke cigarettes,  according to www.tobaccofreekids.org. Tobacco use claims 11,400 lives in Tennessee and costs the state $2.7 billion in health care bills each year. E-cigarette use among high schoolers rose by an alarming 78 percent in 2018.

In Tennessee, 11.5 percent of high school students use e-cigarettes, while 9.4 percent smoke cigarettes, according to www.tobaccofreekids.org. Tobacco use claims 11,400 lives in Tennessee and costs the state $2.7 billion in health care bills each year. E-cigarette use among high schoolers rose by an alarming 78 percent in 2018.