This paper explores e-cigarette use among young people in Illinois and the Midwest; data were from the Population
Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) study. Results of data analysis suggest that (i) 11% of adolescents reported
using electronic nicotine products during the past 12 months; (ii) fruit and candy flavors were the most preferred
e-liquid flavors, and (iii) the majority of e-cigarette users were White, male, and 15-17 years of age. The paper
concludes with a listing of behavioral strategies to combat e-cigarette use.