Juulers Are Asking One Another How to Quit
The r/juul subreddit is having an identity crisis.
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Vape Is Dead. Long Live Sprape?
An over-the-counter nicotine spray might be coming for e-cigarettes' throne.
4 days ago
The Feds Want to Know If You've Vaped Illicit Juice — and No, You Won't Be Charged
The FDA revealed that it’s opened a criminal investigation into hundreds of mysterious, vaping-related illnesses.
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How to Quit Vaping
If you want to stop without turning to cigarettes, here are methods for getting off nicotine altogether.
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Seven People Have Died from Lung Illnesses Linked to Vaping. Should You Quit?
Reports of seven deaths and hundreds of illnesses linked to vaping THC and nicotine are scary. Here's what you need to know.
A 40-year-old Californian is 7th Person to Die from a Vaping Illness
Tulare County, located south of Fresno, said it has seen at least three vaping-related illnesses
Vape Pods Taste Minty Thanks to Extremely High Levels of a Chemical Banned in Food
The FDA regulates the chemical, called pulegone, in food, but not in e-cigs—so it's unclear which brands contain it.
The Crackdown on Vape Flavors Could Happen Sooner Than You Think
Even if Trump's federal ban on flavored e-cigarettes never materializes, state and local lawmakers are passing restrictions at a rapid pace.
Vape Store Owners Are Freaking Out About Trump's Ban
Some e-cig industry people in Florida said they were actually registering to vote against the president in response to the move.
Teens Use Tobacco as Much as They Vape—But, OK! Ban Flavored Juul Pods!
Weird how the Trump administration isn't going after the tobacco industry, which spent $23 million in lobbying last year.
Researchers Find Unexpected White Blood Cells in Patients With Mysterious Vaping Illness
New studies show that a rare type of macrophage is tied to several patients who have come down with the mysterious illness.
Trump Wants to Ban Mango Juul Pods, But AR-15s Can Stay
The administration says vaping is a deeply concerning epidemic but is turning a blind eye to another, much more deadly health crisis: gun violence.