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Going back to school requires a financial investment, but public health scholarships can offset the costs. Check the 21 public health scholarships for MPH students and the useful tips with your applications.
To understand the health risks associated with vaping and to follow through with the decision to quit e-cigarettes and other nicotine products, teenagers need tools and assistance. Read the following resources that can provide guidance to teenagers, as well as parents, family members, and educators who support them.