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Vaping and Juuling: What are the Consequences

Vaping and Juuling: What are the Consequences

When:
March 5, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
2019-03-05T12:00:00-05:00
2019-03-05T13:30:00-05:00
Where:
Noble Conference Center - Greenwich Hospital
Cost:
Free
Contact:
888-305-9253

Join us for a special Women’s Health Initiative event.
Vaping and Juuling: What are the Consequences?

Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Greenwich Hospital Noble Conference Center

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Juuling, a discreet form of vaping, has become one of the most widespread dangers among school-aged children today. This has parents, educators and medical professionals alike concerned. Adolescents can develop symptoms of nicotine dependence such as increased tolerance and inability to stop using, as well as withdrawal symptoms like headaches, irritability, and difficulty sleeping, after only a few weeks of vaping. The long-term health risks are less clear, but will likely include increased risk of lung disease and cancers. Dr. Jeremy Barowsky and Dr. Alissa Greenberg will discuss the known and potential risks of using e-cigarettes and how we can help individuals who have begun using these various devices.

Jeremy Barowsky, MD

Dr. Barowsky is a Harvard trained psychiatrist who is double-boarded by both the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Addiction Medicine. His life’s passion has been connecting with people and helping to bring them to a place of wellness. Dr. Barowsky previously served as Director of Addiction Medicine at Greenwich Hospital and is now privileged to treat individuals struggling with both psychiatric and substance abuse disorders in private practice.

Alissa Greenberg, MD

Dr. Greenberg is a Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Specialist in Greenwich, CT. She graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, completed her internal medicine training at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and her pulmonary and critical care medicine fellowships at NYU Medical Center and Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City. She came to Greenwich in 2014 after spending 15 years at NYU as a clinician and researcher investigating methods for the early detection of lung cancer.

Registration
Free. To attend, call 888-305-9253 or register online at www.greenwichhospital.org/events.
Visitor parking at Greenwich Hospital is very limited and carpooling is encouraged.

Sponsored by the Greenwich Hospital Foundation Women’s Health Initiative
Advisory Board: Shelley H. Behrman, Chairman; Jane M. Batkin, Karen Brown, Glynis Bylciw, Gretchen Bylow, Geri Corrigan, Jessica Dam Andersen, Nathalie Desquiron, Alyssa Gillego, MD, Jennifer Graziano, Sasanka Jayasuriya, MD, Anne Juge, Sonal Khichadia, Shelly Tretter Lynch, Debra A. McLaughlin, Tina E. Mikkelsen, Kim Miller, Barbara Netter, Kim Nichols, MD, Padmini S. Nunna, Sharon W. Phillips, Nadya Podolsky, Karen Ross, Carol M Santora, Sara Selbert Savov, Rachel Schneider, Mahsa Sohrab, MD, Katherine Vadasdi, MD, Deanne H. Winokur