UT School of Public Health Program Aims to Reduce Youth E-Cigarette Usage

AUSTIN, Texas — The UT School of Public Health started a program to educate middle schoolers about the dangers of e-cigarettes.

It's called CATCH My Breath, or Coordinated Approach to Child Health.

The Center for Disease Control found that 3 million kids picked up the habit last year.

Our Victoria Maranan reports that 11 Texas middle schools have taken part in the program so far.

For more information, visit catchmybreath.org.

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