SALT NICS ARE DESTROYING OUR INDUSTRY AND NEED TO GO!
Yale university is going to hold a press conference today to discuss the dangerous chemicals they found in e-cigarettes. They tested Juul pods and discovered chemicals in them that cause respiratory issues. Not surprised at all! Salt nic e-liquids have been giving people respiratory issues since they were introduced to the market.
Salt nics are also the number one choice of teens. They love them because they can get high off of them. How much longer are we going to let salt nics destroy our industry????? ... See MoreSee Less
In a striking blow to common sense and the well-being of millions of people, President Trump announced Wednesday that his administration would be moving forward on rules to prohibit the sale of all flavored e-cigarettes. This misguided move will kill more than 10,000 small businesses, eliminate…
In response to alarming levels of e-cigarette use among youth in the United States—including a 78 percent increase among high school students in just one year—Bloomberg Philanthropies announced the creation of a new $160 million initiative to end the youth e-cigarette epidemic. Goals of the init...
Federal health officials slammed vaping company Juul on Monday for illegally advertising its nicotine pods as a safer alternative to cigarettes, threatening to fine or even seize the company's products if it doesn't correct its marketing.
"State and federal health officials investigating mysterious lung illnesses linked to vaping have found the same chemical in samples of marijuana products used by people sickened in different parts of the country and who used different brands of products in recent weeks."
"The FDA also told state officials Wednesday that its lab tests found nothing unusual in nicotine products that had been collected from sick patients, according to another person who took part in the call."
Home Politics America Juul Labs Announces Support For Michigan Flavor Ban PoliticsAmericaJuul Labs Announces Support For Michigan Flavor Ban By Michael McGrady - September 4, 2019 175 0Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Juul Labs, one of the largest e-cigarette manufacturers in the world, r...
The Business Insider took bits and pieces of the CBS Juul interview and created this completley false headline. He did say "don't vape" and "long term effects are unknown" BUT....those quotes came from two different discussions. SHAME ON YOU Business Insider. ... See MoreSee Less
An investigation by U.S. health authorities into whether e-cigarettes can cause seizures was triggered by a handful of people who reportedly used Juul devices, according to Food and Drug Administration documents.