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VIDEO: Juul Files Lawsuit Against 'Copy-Cat Products' Marketing to Underage Users

Juul Labs filed a complaint on Wednesday with the U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that 18 companies infringed on the company’s patents. The lawsuit claims that the listed companies “blatantly emulated the distinctive design” and urges the IT
Fortune Magazine
added Oct 4, 2018 18:32

DUNNE: E-cigarettes shouldn’t be marketed to kids, but the FDA shouldn’t target goofy flavors

Such a ban will likely do little to cut down on the appeal of vaping as “cool” for teens, and it will prevent adult users from accessing products that they want and might help them quit the far more dangerous traditional cigarettes.
Washington (DC) Examiner
added Oct 4, 2018 16:59

The FDA Seizes Juul Documents to Shed Light on How They May Market to Young People

“The new and highly disturbing data we have on youth use demonstrates plainly that e-cigarettes are creating an epidemic of regular nicotine use among teens,” the FDA wrote in a statement, according to the Washington Post. “It is vital that we take actio
Teen Vogue
added Oct 4, 2018 16:42

[New York] Big Tobacco paying big money to lobby in Albany again

News10NBC dug through state records and found that in 2017, Altria, the parent company of Philip Morris, spent $729,945 on lobbyists. Tobacco company Reynolds American spends nearly $230,000. Juul Labs, the maker of a USB-sized vaporizer, spent $80,000
WHEC 10 NBC (Rochester, NY)
added Oct 4, 2018 16:40

[New York] E-Cigarettes: The Tectonic Shift in Nicotine and Tobacco Consumption—October 19

NYU College of Dentistry, NYU College of Global Public Health, and NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing will host “E-Cigarettes: The Tectonic Shift in Nicotine and Tobacco Consumption,” a one-day conference exploring research on the safety and promise of e-
New York University
added Oct 4, 2018 16:38

WHAT’S UP DOC? E-cigarettes are just as damaging

Unfortunately, e-cigarettes are already being misused, i.e., not used only to aid in quitting cigarette smoking. Many people who have never smoked cigarettes are starting to “smoke” using e-cigarettes. Almost 10 million Americans are now regular vapers.
Wicked Local (MA)
added Oct 4, 2018 16:26

[California] FDA Seizes Documents From E-Cigarette Maker Amid Crackdown On Flavored Vapes

Chocolate cupcake, creme, mango, tutti frutti, "blue" — sugary-sounding flavors familiar to teenage e-cigarette users are facing more crackdowns from the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA seized more than 1,000 pages of documents during a "surprise
National Public Radio (NPR)
added Oct 4, 2018 16:01

F.D.A. Seizes Documents From Juul Headquarters

But though e-cigarettes do not have the carcinogens that come from burning tobacco, they, especially Juul, can have strong concentrations of nicotine, which is highly addictive, and detrimental to the developing adolescent brain.
New York Times
added Oct 4, 2018 16:00

[California] Teens Who Vape More Likely to Smoke and Vape in Early Adulthood

Among roughly 2,000 teens in California from ages 16 to 20, vaping at one time point was associated with greater risk of both e-cigarettes use and regular cigarette smoking later on, with Beta values of 0.09 for future smoking and 0.59 for continued vapi
MedPage Today
added Oct 3, 2018 19:21

[Texas] San Antonio's "Tobacco 21" Law Is Part of A Growing Movement to Regulate E-Cigarettes

“If we had initiated these policies decades ago, we probably could have saved hundreds of thousands if not millions of teens who go exposed to cigarettes at an early age,” Leventhal tells Inverse. “Now with the greater diversity of products on the market
added Oct 3, 2018 19:18
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