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Teens and electronic cigarettes are a combustible issue that’s been heating up the headlines lately. By Sally Satel | April 11th, 2018 “‘I Can’t Stop’: Schools Struggle with Vaping Explosion,” blares the New York Times. The Wall Street Journal announces widespread concern: “Schools and Parents Fight a JUUL E-Cigarette Epidemic.” Meanwhile, CNN wonders whether vaping is the “health problem of the decade.” It may (or may not) be a simple coincidence that the panicky coverage coincides with a recent lawsuit demanding that the Food and Drug Administration speed up regulation of vaping products. But, orchestrated or not, rushing the FDA to regulate puts smokersRead More
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New research suggests that the most popular smoking cessation tool may not be without its health consequences. By CBS News | February 26th, 2018 E-cigarette use and vaping have been described as safer alternatives to smoking cigarettes, but advocacy groups and some scientists studying the growing trend say those nicotine-containing devices carry known health risks to developing teenage brains — and some kids are already using them. A new study from researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University found e-cigarettes can potentially release significant amounts ofRead More
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A new vaping device that’s “gone viral” on high school and college campuses doesn’t look like a vaping device at all, and its popularity has adults wondering what can be done to address it. By Josh Hafner, USA TODAY | October 31st, 2017 The Juul vaporizer (stylized as “JUUL”) looks like a USB flash drive. It even charges when plugged into a laptop. It’s small enough to fit inside an enclosed hand, and comes with flavors like creme brulee, mango and fruit medley, all of which are too “kid friendly” for U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer’sRead More