New Concerns With Teens and E-Cigarettes

WEST VIRGINIA (WOAY)- New concerns have been released about teens and e-cigarettes as millions are using them and  now health groups are asking the FDA to do more.

 

The juul looks a lot like a flash drive but each cartridge carries as much nicotine as an entire pack of cigarettes.

Now 2 million middle school, high school and college teens are juuling for a quick rush – and federal health officials and public health advocates are stepping in before use among youth becomes an epidemic.

 

The Fda is currently considering banning flavored e-cigarette liquids which may appeal to teens

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