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Officials just confirmed 6 deaths and 380 cases of serious lung disease tied to vaping. Here are all the health risks you should know about.
Investigators don't know the cause and haven't identified a single common brand or drug across all of the cases. Here's what you need to know.
Regulators just slammed Juul for portraying its e-cigs as ‘totally safe’ and marketing them to kids at schools
The $38 billion company is facing increasing scrutiny over its role in sparking a teen vaping epidemic.
Juul's CEO said: "Don't vape. Don't use Juul." Juul has walked a fine line between portraying its products as a trendy gadget and a healthcare tool.
Juul targeted kids in its advertising and told high-school students its e-cigs were ‘totally safe,’ according to congressional testimony
Juul executives appeared at a congressional hearing this week on the e-cigarette company's role in marketing its vapes to teens.
E-cig company Juul is diving further into health with an app geared toward turning smokers into Juulers
Eager to show that its e-cigarettes can help adult smokers, Juul is pushing into healthcare. It's planning an app aimed at smokers switching to vaping
In addition to its e-cigs, Juul could offer smokers an app or similar tool that they could use for support while they try to cut back on smoking.
We just got the first clear evidence that some people are using Juul e-cigarettes to cut back on smoking
Juul has undergone a makeover as it works to position itself as a serious alternative to smoking. A new study suggests some adults are using the devices to cut back on cigarettes.
The anti-vaping proposals come a week after FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced his plans to step down.
Vaping might be better for you than smoking, but e-cigarettes like Juul come with risks of their own
E-cigs contain nicotine, an addictive drug that appears to blunt emotional control as well as decision-making skills in kids and teens.
A Juul-sponsored study suggests its e-cigarettes could help adult smokers cut back, but some researchers aren’t convinced
A study paid for by e-cig company Juul, which is partially owned by the tobacco company behind Marlboros, suggests the devices may help smokers quit.