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  1. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is falling into an old industry trap by expressing willingness to partner on “youth e-cigarette prevention”

    In response to exploding youth use of e-cigarettes, led by Juul, the FDA has been talking tough ... with the leadership of five companies – Altria Group Inc., JUUL Labs Inc., Reynolds American Inc., Fontem Ventures, ... prohibit flavors in pod-style e-cigs like Juul (something Altria already did), but permit them in vape ...

  2. FDA must use its existing authority to combat the youth e-cigarette use epidemic by preventing addiction now, rather than by seeking to treat it after the fact

    of and attitudes towards Juuls, McKelvey, Baiocchi, and Halpern-Felsher found that youth perceive Juuls as less ... shown on a Juul package in Figure 1 will not be fully understood by youth, and can lead ... as nowhere on the Juul package is it made clear that the 5% is referring to nicotine or what amount ...

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    The campaign includes very strong media as well as print.  My favorite detail is the use of two Juul’s to make ...

  4. RCT comparing e-cigs to NRT shows effectiveness in a supervised smoking cessation program: what it does and does not mean

    Peter Hajek and colleagues published “ A Randomized Trial of E-cigarettes versus Nicotine-Replacement Therapy ” in the New England Journal of Medicine.  This is a well-done trial comparing e-cigarettes with nicotine replacement therapy among people enroll ...

  5. Cigarette Giants Bought Food Companies, Used Cartoon Characters, Colors, Flavors to Boost Sales of Sweetened Beverages

    relevant to the current concern over how the tobacco companies (including Juul) are using flavors ...

  6. FDA admits that it could start processing e-cig applications in 10 months; it should stop fighting the health groups and just do it

    6 months to submit PMTAs than larger manufacturers (like Juul, Philip Morris, and other multi-billion ... the data on youth initiation was collected before Juul took off, so grossly underestimates youth e-cig ... include Juul and similar e-cigs). The final June 2019 guidance has a section on "comparison ...

  7. Canadian Ministry of Health proposes to authorize e-cig sellers to make claims that ignore recent understanding of health risks

    The Canadian Ministry of Health has invited public comment on marketing statements that it proposes to allow e-cigarette companies to make to seel their wares. The big problem is that these claims ignore everything we have learned about the dangers and us ...

  8. PMI’s December 22, 2017 amendment to its IQOS MRTP application failed to address concerns about dual use, flavors, risk perceptions, and its Population Health Impact Model

    flavored non-cigarette tobacco products, such as e-cigarettes, including Juuls. [6] Therefore, the data PMI ...

  9. FDA Tobacco Product Standard for Nicotine Level of Combusted Cigarettes: Protecting Against Unintended Consequences by Expanding the Scope of the Rule to All Inhaled Recreational Nicotine Products

    of new players, exemplified by JUUL, which have led to an explosion of youth use [35] of a product ...

  10. Things CDC can do now to better fight the tobacco epidemic

    used tobacco flavored-Juuls and.9% used tobacco-flavored other e-cigarette products.  Instead, the majority used fruit or dessert flavors (33% for Juul users and 64% for other e-cigarette users) and 27% of Juul users and 12% of other e-cigarette users used mint or menthol flavors. [26] Mint and Menthol ...

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