The sweetness of e-cigarette flavors is more likely to get teens hooked than the nicotine
As of today (Sept. 28), Juul Labs and four other e-cigarette companies have 44 days left to prove to the US Food and Drug Administration that they can keep their products away from minors; otherwise, they risk them being pulled from the market.
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