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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.
Dozens of people have reported seizures after vaping, prompting an investigation into the mysterious reaction
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating a potential link between e-cigarettes and seizures.
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.
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A new study says that after Juul started selling its 5% nicotine vapes, other e-cigarette brands may have followed suit, starting a "nicotine arms race."
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.
E-cigarette company Juul is now doing health research, but its first study could bring more questions than answers
On Saturday for the first time in its roughly two-year history, e-cigarette company Juul presented some data from a clinical trial of its devices.
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.