(KWTX) Central Texas Health Authorities warn parents that they are looking for a particular e-cigarette called Juul that does not look like an e-cigarette at all.
The device is similar to a computer drive. (19659004) The Juul resembles a computer USB stick, and despite an ongoing investigation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), sales are booming.
The "Juuling" device, in my opinion, fits into a USB device might even be charged in this kind of technique and maybe it's not like a child who just runs around with a USB in his hand, "Dr. Brian Barkley, a Baylor Scott & White pediatrician.
Like other e-cigarettes, Juul is an electronic device that gets liquid, typically containing
Teens buy the devices online or at local convenience stores and licensed counselor Pam McKown says The ease with which teens can buy them is the problem.
"This Juice experience is easy access The simpler we do something to make it easier to use." [1
"Common sense dictates every time you inhale a foreign toxic substance into your lungs, the effects can only be negative."
"Really, the overriding concern is turning into what we call a gateway drug, which means you start with the e-cigarette and what you're thinking is a less harmful form of nicotine and then it progresses Barkley said
The FDA ordered Juul Labs in San Francisco in April to hand over documents about the design, marketing, and ingredients of the device.
The rare request focuses on whether certain product features are especially attractive to you.