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    How colleges can help their students quit vaping

    … other names for devices, such as JUUL, and verbs such as “vape,” and …

  2. New reports show encouraging decline in youth vaping, but troubling rise in menthol and flavored disposable e-cigarette use

    Two new reports published by the FDA and CDC show that while youth e-cigarette use decreased in a meaningful way, it remains at epidemic levels.

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    A toxic, plastic problem: E-cigarette waste and the environment

    With a 399.73% increase in retail e-cigarette sales from 2015 through 2020, the environmental consequences of e-cigarette waste are enormous.

  4. Tobacco industry allies launch outrageous attack on FDA efforts to protect kids, save lives

    … nation. E-cigarettes, especially Juul, threaten to addict a new …

  5. News Article News Article Research & Resources

    What is Zyn and what are oral nicotine pouches?

    As the youth e-cigarette epidemic continues, a new type of flavored nicotine product is gaining popularity and raising public health concerns: Oral nicotine

  6. As E-Cigarette Makers Face Critical September 9 Deadline, Leading Health Groups Urge FDA Not to Allow Sale of Any Flavored Products

    Health groups endorse key principles to guide FDA review of e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, call for rigorous scientific evidence and prompt removal

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    Stop the Influence: Reject Big Tobacco and Vape Money FAQ’s

    … E-cigarette cartridges, including JUUL pods, are single-use products …

  8. States still shortchanging prevention programs that save lives and health care dollars

    20 years after reaching a landmark legal settlement, states still spend only a small fraction of their tobacco revenue on prevention and quitting programs.

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    Action needed: Tobacco in pop culture

    Despite a 1998 law prohibiting paid tobacco product placements in movies and TV programming, tobacco imagery is still seen on screens everywhere, including m