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Vaping can help some people quit smoking, but many young people who vape were not previously smokers. Young people who vape are more likely to start smoking than those who never vape.
The resources below provide information and advice to help parents, teachers and others working with children and young people to speak to them about vaping and the risks.

The health advice is clear: young people and people who have never smoked should not vape.

Key Messages:
•    Vaping is not for children or young people.
•    Vaping is not for non-smokers.
•    Vaping is not harmless.
•    The best thing you can do for your health is be smoke free and vape free.
•    Vaping can help some people quit smoking.

Social media assets 
A4 Vaping poster - parents (female) static – 1x1
A4 Vaping poster - teen (female) static – 1x1
A4 Vaping poster - parents (male) static – 1x1
A4 Vaping poster - teen (male) – 1x1

Web banner
Web banner for use with the Vaping addiction campaign – 900x600

Email signature
Email signature for use with the Vaping addiction campaign - 600x200 

Posters
A4 Vaping poster - parents (female) 
A4 Vaping poster - teen (female)
A4 Vaping poster - parents (male) 
A4 Vaping poster - teen (male)

Leaflet
A4 Vaping leaflet for parents 

Factsheet
A4 Vaping factsheet

Acknowledgements
The PHA would like to thank the Scottish Government for providing the campaign assets.
These resources have been adapted in partnership with members of the Tobacco Strategy Implementation Steering Group’s (TSISG) Vaping Task and Finish groups.

Other resources
For information on your nearest stop smoking service go to www.stopsmokingni.info