FDA: E-cigarette usage among teens reaches ‘epidemic’ levels

<p>The FDA says teenage use of e-cigarettes has reached &quot;epidemic&quot; levels, and it&rsquo;s taking action.</p>

News 12 Staff

Sep 12, 2018, 9:38 PM

Updated 2,082 days ago

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The FDA says teenage use of e-cigarettes has reached "epidemic" levels, and it’s taking action.
The federal agency says the five largest e-cigarette manufacturers will have 60 days to produce plans to reverse use of their products by minors, or they may have their products pulled from the market.
Health experts say minors who vape do so at their own risk. They say it can be a gateway for usage of traditional tobacco products.


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