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One in Five High School Students Still Use E-Cigarettes, CDC Study Reveals

Despite increasing concerns about the potential health risks of vaping and new restrictions on the sale of e-cigarette products, one in five high school students and one in 20 middle school students in the United States still vape, says a new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The agency’s Morbidity […]

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Juul Labs Faces Class Action Lawsuits over Illegal Ads Targeting Teens and Youth

The maker of the wildly popular Juul e-cigarette is the target of numerous lawsuits filed on behalf of teens who have become addicted to nicotine and suffered injuries as a result of “juuling.” Juul Labs introduced its Juul e-cigarette device in 2015 and quickly became the leading e-cigarette manufacturer in the United States. Over the

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E-Cigarette Injuries

Nicotine Toxicity, Respiratory Problems Potentially Linked to E-Cigarettes Concerns about health problems linked to e-cigarettes have been voiced in connection with injuries ranging from burns to nicotine toxicity and respiratory problems. According to the findings of a recent investigation, e-cigarettes may be more harmful to a person’s health than originally thought, possibly putting users at

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