FDA targets teens with e-cigarette prevention ads

-text c-gray-1" >Today, the FDA launched its first e-cigarette prevention TV ads. Part of "The Real Cost" campaign, they're meant to educate teens on the dangers of e-cigarette use. The ads will target nearly 10.7 million teens, aged 12 to 17, who have used e-cigarettes or are open to trying them. The short clips feature street magician Julius Dein, who turns a vape pen into a cigarette before onlookers. The trick is supposed to highlight the fact that teens who vape are more likely to start smoking cigarettes.

IQOS Heets Amber Sigara – Kartuş | Sigara TechAccording to the FDA, e-cigarettes were the most commonly used tobacco products by youth in the US. In 2018, more than 3.6 million middle and high school students across the US were current e-cigarette users. That's more than double the 1.5 million students who were e-cigarette users the previous year. "The troubling epidemic of youth vaping threatens to erase the years of progress we've iqos heets cesitleri IQOS Heets Purple Sigara Tütünü 3 multi iqos made combatting tobacco iqos fiyat use among kids," said Acting FDA Commissioner Ned Sharpless, MD.

In addition to raising awareness about the health concerns -- like increased risk of cancer and heart disease -- the FDA has accused Juul and Altria of undermining efforts to prevent teen smoking. The House has launched its own investigation into whether Juul marketed its e-cigarettes to kids. And the FDA has proposed limiting flavored e-cigarettes, which could appeal to kids. Meanwhile, San Francisco has become the first US city to ban e-cigarettes, in part to combat teen use.
07.08.2019 14:47:03
andy-mahurin
Name
Email
Comment
Or visit this link or this one