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E-Cigarettes Social Media Message Library

How to use this library

First, find a post you want to use by clicking on either button. These are posts on e-cigarettes! Follow the instructions for Twitter or Facebook.

 

To use these Instagram Posts:

  1. Save the images to your computer or phone
  2. Copy the caption we have provided (feel free to use exactly what we wrote or customize them to make them more interesting to your community)
  3. In Instagram, tap the “+” button to create a new post
  4. Choose the photos you have saved (if there are multiple, double check the number bubbles to make sure they are in the right order)
  5. Go to the next screen to add the caption you have copied
  6. Click “Share” to make it live!

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There's no question about it: nicotine is poison.

As a highly toxic chemical, the EPA lists nicotine liquid as “acute hazardous waste.” It changes the way connections form in the brain, which can interfere with kids’ attention and learning and may even contribute to developing anxiety disorders.

This is especially alarming since just 1 Juul pod has the same amount of nicotine as 41 cigarettes!

Need help quitting? Check out www.novapes.org. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #tobaccofreekids #thisisquitting #quitnow


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Nicotine is harmful to the developing brain. It can increase anxiety, mood swings, and irritability in youth.

Just 1 Juul pod has as much nicotine as 41 cigarettes. What is this toxic substance doing to our youth?

Find out how you can support your teen quit: www.novapes.org. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #tobaccofreekids #tobaccofree #quitnow #quitvaping 


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While e-cigarettes are assumed to be safer than traditional cigarettes, they often have much higher levels of nicotine. 1 Juul pod contains as much nicotine as 41 cigarettes!

High levels of nicotine make vaping extremely addictive and harmful to youth brain development. Find out more about this toxic substance: tobaccofreeca.com. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #tobaccofreekids #tobaccofree #quitnow #quitsmoking #smokefree

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Ever heard of a Puff Bar? They're e-cigarettes designed for one-time use. Because of their appealing flavors like O.M.G (Orange, Mango, Guava) and their vibrant colors, they've become very popular with youth.

But 1 Puff Bar has as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes, which makes it highly addictive and harmful to youth brain development.

Find out more: truthinitiative.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #smokefree #tobaccofreekids


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While Puff Bar has become more and more popular with youth, most don’t realize it contains as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes!

Because of its sweet flavors Puff Bar seems harmless, but nicotine is harmful to developing brains. Find out more: tobaccofreeca.com. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking


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With its popular fruity flavors, like Mango, Grape, and Watermelon, Puff Bar is designed to resemble candy, but it’s far from harmless.

Did you know 1 Puff Bar has as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes and youth are becoming addicted at record rates?

Learn how to help your teen overcome nicotine addition: www.flavorshookkids.org. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking

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One Suorin pod has as much nicotine as 90 cigarettes! With such high levels of nicotine, it's clear why vaping has addicted so many kids.

According to the FDA, 3.6 million middle and high school students are current users of e-cigarettes.

Need to talk to your child about vaping? Find resources here: www.flavorshookkids.org. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking #quitvaping


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Nicotine is addictive and harmful. The tobacco industry is targeting your kids with such high levels of nicotine in e-cigarettes.

With its sweet and fruity flavors, it’s clear why more than 8 out of 10 youth users of e-cigarettes use flavored tobacco.

Need to help your child quit? Find support here: www.novapes.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking #tobaccofreekids #takedowntobacco


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Did you know many e-cigarettes are designed to look like ordinary school supplies, like a USB drive? Because of its inconspicuous nature, many parents don’t realize they have vaping products in their own home.

To learn more about these harmful devices, visit: www.flavorshookkids.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #quitvaping #tobaccofreekids #takedowntobacco


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There is a misconception that vaping products only emit water vapor, but the aerosol is actually full of toxic chemicals, including nicotine and metals, that are known to cause long-term health problems. Find out more: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow


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Vaping use among youth is through the roof. Vaping has increased by 218% among middle schoolers in recent years. Find out more about this harmful epidemic: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #smokefree #quittoday


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Vaping use among youth has skyrocketed. In the last two years vaping has increased 135% among high schoolers. Vaping is getting millions of teens addicted to nicotine. Find out more about this toxic addiction: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quittoday #tobaccofree


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With teens being 7 times more likely to vape nicotine than adults, it’s clear that the tobacco industry’s marketing tactics are working. The industry uses sweet flavors and colorful packaging for its vaping products to appeal to youth. Need to talk to your teen about quitting? Find support here: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quittoday #nicotinefree


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Because e-cigarettes have been left largely unregulated, kids are able to buy vaping products online, through social media, and even in stores. Nearly one in three kids who buy their own vapes buy them in stores even though federal law prohibits the sale of tobacco products to anyone under 21. Find out more: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quitnow #tobaccofree


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One Suorin pod contains as much nicotine as 90 cigarettes! Not only is nicotine harmful to youth brain development, it’s also addictive. The higher the nicotine content, the higher the risk of addiction. Need to talk to your teen about vaping? Visit www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #tobaccofreekids #thisisquitting #TobaccoFreeGeneration


Instructions

Option 1: Create your own tweet

  1. Copy text and place in tweet.
  2. Right-click the accompanying graphic and select “save image as” to save it to your computer.
  3. Upload graphic to Twitter as part of your tweet.

Option 2: Re-tweet TECC's tweet

  1. Click on the Tweet to go to TECC’s version of the tweet and then retweet it.
  2. You have the option to add your own introductory text if desired.

 

Next, copy the caption. We’ve written short, attention getting captions that include links to trustworthy sources. Feel free to use exactly what we wrote or customize them to make them more interesting to your community. Once you’ve got your caption, paste it into the “Write a post…” field on your Facebook page.

Now you want a good image. You can use the images we’ve provided (to download, right click the image, and select “Save image as”), or you can pick your own visually interesting and relevant image. If you don’t have your own images, use TECC’s free image gallery for tobacco control. Upload the image to your post, click “Publish”, and that’s it!


Caption

There's no question about it: nicotine is poison.

As a highly toxic chemical, the EPA lists nicotine liquid as “acute hazardous waste.” It changes the way connections form in the brain, which can interfere with kids’ attention and learning and may even contribute to developing anxiety disorders.

This is especially alarming since just 1 Juul pod has the same amount of nicotine as 41 cigarettes!

Need help quitting? Check out www.novapes.org. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #tobaccofreekids #thisisquitting #quitnow


Caption

Nicotine is harmful to the developing brain. It can increase anxiety, mood swings, and irritability in youth.

Just 1 Juul pod has as much nicotine as 41 cigarettes. What is this toxic substance doing to our youth?

Find out how you can support your teen quit: www.novapes.org. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #tobaccofreekids #tobaccofree #quitnow #quitvaping 


Caption

While e-cigarettes are assumed to be safer than traditional cigarettes, they often have much higher levels of nicotine. 1 Juul pod contains as much nicotine as 41 cigarettes!

High levels of nicotine make vaping extremely addictive and harmful to youth brain development. Find out more about this toxic substance: tobaccofreeca.com. #DitchJUUL #flavorshookkids #tobaccofreekids #tobaccofree #quitnow #quitsmoking #smokefree

Caption

Ever heard of a Puff Bar? They're e-cigarettes designed for one-time use. Because of their appealing flavors like O.M.G (Orange, Mango, Guava) and their vibrant colors, they've become very popular with youth.

But 1 Puff Bar has as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes, which makes it highly addictive and harmful to youth brain development.

Find out more: truthinitiative.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #smokefree #tobaccofreekids


Caption

While Puff Bar has become more and more popular with youth, most don’t realize it contains as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes!

Because of its sweet flavors Puff Bar seems harmless, but nicotine is harmful to developing brains. Find out more: tobaccofreeca.com. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking


Caption

With its popular fruity flavors, like Mango, Grape, and Watermelon, Puff Bar is designed to resemble candy, but it’s far from harmless.

Did you know 1 Puff Bar has as much nicotine as 50 cigarettes and youth are becoming addicted at record rates?

Learn how to help your teen overcome nicotine addition: www.flavorshookkids.org. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking

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One Suorin pod has as much nicotine as 90 cigarettes! With such high levels of nicotine, it's clear why vaping has addicted so many kids.

According to the FDA, 3.6 million middle and high school students are current users of e-cigarettes.

Need to talk to your child about vaping? Find resources here: www.flavorshookkids.org. #thisisquitting #flavorshookkids#nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking #quitvaping


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Nicotine is addictive and harmful. The tobacco industry is targeting your kids with such high levels of nicotine in e-cigarettes.

With its sweet and fruity flavors, it’s clear why more than 8 out of 10 youth users of e-cigarettes use flavored tobacco.

Need to help your child quit? Find support here: www.novapes.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #quitsmoking #tobaccofreekids #takedowntobacco


Caption

Did you know many e-cigarettes are designed to look like ordinary school supplies, like a USB drive? Because of its inconspicuous nature, many parents don’t realize they have vaping products in their own home.

To learn more about these harmful devices, visit: www.flavorshookkids.org. #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow #quitvaping #tobaccofreekids #takedowntobacco


Caption

There is a misconception that vaping products only emit water vapor, but the aerosol is actually full of toxic chemicals, including nicotine and metals, that are known to cause long-term health problems. Find out more: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #nicotinefree #quitnow


Caption

Vaping use among youth is through the roof. Vaping has increased by 218% among middle schoolers in recent years. Find out more about this harmful epidemic: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #smokefree #quittoday


Caption

Vaping use among youth has skyrocketed. In the last two years vaping has increased 135% among high schoolers. Vaping is getting millions of teens addicted to nicotine. Find out more about this toxic addiction: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quittoday #tobaccofree


Caption

With teens being 7 times more likely to vape nicotine than adults, it’s clear that the tobacco industry’s marketing tactics are working. The industry uses sweet flavors and colorful packaging for its vaping products to appeal to youth. Need to talk to your teen about quitting? Find support here: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quittoday #nicotinefree


Caption

Because e-cigarettes have been left largely unregulated, kids are able to buy vaping products online, through social media, and even in stores. Nearly one in three kids who buy their own vapes buy them in stores even though federal law prohibits the sale of tobacco products to anyone under 21. Find out more: www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #quitnow #tobaccofree


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One Suorin pod contains as much nicotine as 90 cigarettes! Not only is nicotine harmful to youth brain development, it’s also addictive. The higher the nicotine content, the higher the risk of addiction. Need to talk to your teen about vaping? Visit www.flavorshookkids.org #flavorshookkids #tobaccofreekids #thisisquitting #TobaccoFreeGeneration


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Teachers used to have to worry about cell phones in class. Now they worry about vaping. From 2017 to 2018, e-cigarette use increased from 12% to 21% among high school students. These students are also using more often.
https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/youth-tobacco-use/index.html


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You know the dangers of secondhand smoke from cigarettes, but what about secondhand aerosol from e-cigarettes? Vaping around others puts them at risk of inhaling heavy metals and other chemicals linked to respiratory distress and lung disease.
https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/documents/SGR_E-Cig_Health_Care_Provider_Card_508.pdf


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Kids are the future. That’s what the tobacco industry thinks. Why else would their products look just like children’s toys?
https://tobaccofreeca.com/tobacco-industry/targeting-youth/


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Smelling sweet or minty with no candy wrappers around. Thirsty all the time. Passing on the caffeine. Unexplained nosebleeds. These could be signs that your child is vaping. Know what to look for to protect your kids from a lifetime of nicotine addiction.
https://health.usnews.com/wellness/for-parents/articles/2018-07-27/how-to-tell-if-your-kid-is-vaping


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Formaldehyde (For-MAL-duh-hyde): known toxic chemical
Found in plastics, resins, some fertilizers, dyes, embalming fluids and the smoke vapor created by e-cigarettes.
https://www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/e-cigs-create-toxic-vapors-harmless-e-liquids?fbclid=IwAR0UV08x5LeDv6PC99WSSZxAuizOGZG4a3yjbKQnPul7M9i_q08qOrw0ISQ


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Did you know the body absorbs the toxins found in the aerosol from vape pens? Vapes—even those with no nicotine—have some of the same toxic chemicals found in cigarettes.
https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/early/2018/03/01/peds.2017-3557.full.pdf