Sumary of FDA’s delayed decision on Juul e-cigarettes ‘reckless,’ pediatrics group says:
- CHILDREN 6 MONTHS AND UP SHOULD GET FLU SHOT, DELAY DURING SEVERE COVID-19 ILLNESS: PEDIATRICS GROUPThe FDA said it rejected applications for nearly 950,000 e-cigarettes and related products, mainly due to their potential appeal to underage teens.
- “”Despite publicly committing to prioritize action against the largest companies that sell e-cigarettes, the result of the agency’s inaction means that the most widely used flavored e-cigarette products—such as JUUL—will remain on the market, where they will continue to addict children and teens,” the statement continues.
- “Flavored JUUL products, and other products like them, are responsible for fueling a youth nicotine epidemic.
- “CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPWhen prompted by Fox News, a Juul spokesperson said: “We respect the central role of the FDA and the required thorough science- and evidence-based review of our applications, which is key to advancing harm reduction and earning a license to operate.