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JUUL Madness

Authors: Max A Zimmerman

This article highlights the consequences and addictive nature of the trending JUUL devices. This article responded to an article arguing the benefits of vaping devices. JUUL and other nicotine vaporizer companies are making it extremely easy for children and teens addicted to nicotine. There must be a change in marketing and accessibility of these products in relation to the appeal to children and students.

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[v1] 2018-10-05 12:47:51

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