(WJBK) - Vaping has helped millions of people quit smoking, according to one study - but if you're going to make the transition from deadly tobacco to an e-cigarette, it's worth knowing that some devices could be more toxic than others.
Dr. Robert DiPilla joins us on the Nine to talk about the dangers of vaping and ways to prevent oral cancer.
He mentioned a walk this weekend, which is the 2nd Annual Oral Cancer Fountation 5k Walk and Run. It's Sunday, August 7 at Seaholm High School in Birmingham. Walk registration begins at 8 a.m.