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February 22, Firm News. JUUL Labs, the creator of the JUUL device, is facing hundreds of lawsuits for injuries, addiction, and the part they have played in fueling their popularity among teens and tweens. New evidence uncovered in a lawsuit filed by the Massachusetts attorney general details how the company illegally marketed to minors by advertising on websites, such as Nick Jr. In one year, between and , the number of teens using tobacco products increased by nearly 40 percent.
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E-Cigarette, Hookah Use Rises Among U.S. Teens as Cigarette Use Falls
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Electronic cigarette use tripled and hookah use doubled among U. For the first time, more high-school students puffed on e-cigarettes last year— They also tried hookahs, or water pipes, as often as traditional cigarettes for the first time, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cigarette usage has been declining among teens for decades. The findings from the nationwide survey of more than 20, high-school and middle-school students could accelerate federal efforts to increase oversight of alternative nicotine products. The Food and Drug Administration, which has regulated traditional cigarettes since , last year proposed regulations for cigars, e-cigarettes and hookahs that have yet to be implemented. Skip to Main Content Skip to Search.
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Vaping Rises Among Teens
Tobacco use among Chinese middle school students has decreased in recent years, but the rate of vaping has more than doubled, according to a study published by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, which surveyed nearly , students across China last year, also shows that 8. It was the first time that high school students, usually aged 15 to 18, were included in such a survey examining smoking in teenagers. Mao Qun'an, head of the National Health Commission's planning department, said concerted efforts have strengthened awareness about the harm of tobacco among teenagers, and more public attention has been paid to curbing youth smoking in recent years.
In recent years, e-cigarettes have become the most commonly used tobacco product by U. Unfortunately, the NYTS data show a sharp and startling reversal of overall declines in youth tobacco use from previous years. From to , current e-cigarette use—defined by use on at least one day in the past 30 days—by high school students increased 78 percent, from In addition, the proportion of current e-cigarette users in high school who reported use on 20 days or more in the past day period increased from 20 percent to During the one-year period between and , among high school students who currently used e-cigarettes, use of flavored e-cigarettes increased as well.
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