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The FDA just called out e-cig startup Juul and tobacco giant Altria for backing away from a pledge to fight teen vaping
Regulators say e-cig startup Juul and its new part owner, tobacco giant Altria, are reneging on promises they made to curb teen vaping.
The company behind Marlboro just made a huge bet on Juul, and the move makes the Silicon Valley e-cig startup more valuable than Airbnb
Altria, the $100 billion tobacco giant behind Marlboro and Parliament cigarettes, has made a massive investment in Juul.
The US surgeon general just issued a rare advisory about e-cigs like the Juul — here’s why vaping is so dangerous
In a rare national advisory, the top US public health figure warned of the dangers of e-cigarettes, focusing on vaping's effects on young people.
See how Juul turned teens into influencers and threw buzzy parties to fuel its rise as Silicon Valley’s favorite e-cig company
Stanford researchers assembling a trove of images, videos, and social-media posts that Juul Labs used to market its sleek devices say it clearly targeted teens.
Regulators will ban menthol cigarettes and chip away at flavored e-cigs to combat teen vaping — but experts say their plans fall short
Federal regulators on Thursday announced a ban on menthol cigarettes and a move to more strictly regulate flavored e-cigarettes like the Juul.
In studies of e-cigarettes (which don't include Juul), researchers have found evidence of toxic metals like lead in e-cig vapor. Some evidence also suggests vaping may be linked with an increased risk of heart attacks. A new survey finds that young Juul users aren't aware of these risks.
The government wants to crack down on candy-flavored e-cigs and menthol cigarettes in a huge move against tobacco products
America's food and drug regulator is proposing steps meant to stop people from smoking such as limits on candy-flavored e-cigs and menthol cigarettes.
You’ll no longer be able to buy flavored Juul e-cigarettes in retail stores because too many teens are vaping
Juul, the Silicon Valley startup, said on Tuesday that it would stop selling flavored e-cigs in retail stores, a move meant to curb use among teens.
We just got our first look at how many minors are using Silicon Valley’s favorite e-cig, and it doesn’t look good
A new study provides the first glimpse of hard data on how many minors and teens are using the Juul, Silicon Valley's favorite e-cigarette. Juul maintains that its products are for adult smokers who want to move away from traditional cigarettes.
$15 billion startup Juul used ‘relaxation, freedom, and sex appeal’ to market its creme-brulee-flavored e-cigs on Twitter and Instagram ...
Juul was among the earliest e-cigarette brands to promote heavily on social media, researchers found. More important, that marketing was a success.