• US crack down on candy and fruit flavored e-cigs like Juul to prevent children from getting addicted

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Reuters/Lucas Jackson
    The FDA will announce plans to ban candy and fruit-flavored e-cigarettes from certain stores to try to stop young people from getting addicted.
    The flavors will be banned from convenience stores and gas stations, but will still be available in vape shops. Menthol and tobacco flavors will not be banned.
    The FDA Commissioner said in September that "e-cigs have become an almost ubiquitous - and dangerous - trend among teens."
    A study into most popular maker, Juul Labs, found that a higher portion of young people aged 15-17 are using the product at least once a month...
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