Juul Illegally Marketed E-Cigarettes, F.D.A. Says


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Jun 27, 2016
"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."

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It'll be interesting to see what happens to the vape market with all of this.

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Jul 4, 2016
People Urged to Stop Vaping Following More Deaths, Hundreds of Illnesses
Number of mysterious lung injuries more than doubled from last week
Health authorities are urging people to stop using electronic cigarettes and other vaping products while they investigate three more deaths from a mysterious illness that federal officials say may have affected over 450 users of the devices around the U.S.

There have been five reported deaths from the severe lung injury associated with the use of nicotine or cannabis vaporizers.

“While the investigation is ongoing, people should consider not using e-cigarette products,” the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday in a news release. The agency also said people should stop buying vaporizers, cartridges and liquids off the street or modifying vaping products bought legally.
Indiana’s health department said it had confirmed the death of a state resident “older than 18 years” with the illness on Thursday. Minnesota also reported a death. Its health department said an elderly person, who had a history of lung disease, was hospitalized with a severe lung injury associated with vaping an illegal marijuana-related product and died last month after developing other conditions.
Also Friday, Los Angeles County health officials said they were investigating a death in the county that was associated with vaping.

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