Study: Teen tobacco use has risen 80 percent in the past year
A new study credits vaping and e-cigarettes to a spike in teen tobacco use.
The CDC reports an 80-percent jump in high school use last year.
The report ties the rise in popularity to Juul, a type of e-cigarette that uses flavored nicotine pods.
One of the report's authors says this is the biggest jump in teen tobacco use since 1999.