LANSING, Mich. — The Food ad Drug Administration is continuing their fight to prevent teens from using e-cigarettes.
The agency has now turned to television, launching ads warning kids about the dangers of vaping.
They feature a street magician who turns a teen's e-cigarette into a cigarette.
Studies have shown that teens who vape are more likely to start smoking cigarettes.
The ads will run on networks like Teen-Nick, ESPN and MTV as well all on social media.
Posters are also being placed in high schools and middle schools.
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