1. Luke Doka Luke Doka United States says:

    "JUUL raises nicotine levels in its e-cigarettes"

    You headline is incorrect. JUUL did not raise the level of nicotine in its products.

    "Experts in the report said that the e-cigarettes have undone the decades of public health messages and campaigns that have tried to keep children and teenagers away from nicotine."

    You are incorrect. It was about the smoking.

    "A 5 percent pod can deliver nicotine amounts equivalent to a pack of cigarettes write the authors of the study. Jackler explained that these high amounts of nicotine may “be a benefit to addicted adult smokers,” who were trying to quit smoking, “but it also makes it potently addictive to nicotine-naive teenagers.”

    They work for smokers using these as a smoking alternative. They are not meant for underage youth. Plain and simple.

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