Salem High School is the first in Arkansas to install a device to help with an ongoing issue in teens … vaping. Salem School District Superintendent Wayne Guiltner said vape detectors have been installed in the high school restrooms recently. “Right now, everywhere you go, you see people vaping. There are some health concerns being put out there to everyone, but it still seems to be accepted,” said Guiltner. The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) is warning Arkansans who use an electronic smoking device, e-cigarette, or vape about the risk of a potential lung illness. Investigations in many different states have been launched to determine the possible cause of the illnesses.
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