As e-cigarettes grow in popularity among adolescents, researches are banding together to better understand why the phenomenon exists and how it can be treated. In a recent study published in Pediatrics, the group surveyed regular e-cigarette users about different characteristics and preferences that describe their e-cigarette daily use. In this study, the researchers found that adolescents prefer e-cigarettes that offer customization. With this discovery, they concluded that adolescents’ access to nicotine-containing products, including flavor additives, should be regulated, and eventually restricted.

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30 Second Abstract: Juul Awareness and Use Among Adolescents
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