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    Queensland schools are fighting against a surge in teen vaping, with viral videos on TikTok promoting the growing trend to students across the state.

    The epidemic is proving a significant challenge, despite a widespread ban on e-cigarettes from school grounds.

    “E-cigarettes and cigarettes are all treated in the same manner. They’re banned from schools, it’s illegal to sell them to minors, and they should not be bringing them to school.” – President of the Queensland Teachers’ Union, Cresta Richardson.

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