File- This June 12, 2013, file photo shows a person posing with an electronic cigarette, or e-cigarette.
    Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens, the government’s
    annual drug use survey finds. Even as tobacco smoking by teens dropped to new lows, use of e-cigarettes
    reached levels that surprised researchers. The findings marked the survey’s first attempt to measure the
    use of e-cigarettes by people that young. Nearly 9 percent of 8th graders said they’d used an
    e-cigarette in the previous month, while just 4 percent reported smoking a traditional cigarette, said
    the report being released Tuesday by the National Institutes of Health.