Juul Be Sorry

“With the Juuls, kids are able to get a much higher dose of nicotine — and dose matters … These kids have behaviors that we often see in patients who have opioid or marijuana addiction, but we didn’t typically see with kids who developed addiction to traditional tobacco cigarettes.” WaPo: E-cigarettes spawn a form of teen addiction that worries doctors, parents and schools. (Nicotine plus oral fixation plus technology. Who could have guessed that this product would be addictive?)

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