Potential ban on vaping products could hurt local business in CT


Products with an application submitted by that deadline can remain on the market for up to one year from the date of the application's submission while FDA reviews the application. He was moving instead to limit the sales of e-cigarettes at convenience stores and other retail outlets to make them harder for teens to get.

"Our much lower rates are due to our much stricter advertising regulations and possibly our lower nicotine cap".

More than 450 cases of the respiratory condition were reported as of September 6, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Professor John Newton, also of PHE, added: '[We have] always been clear that vaping is not without risks.

Keenan works for Songbirds Vape & Smoke in West Hartford.

Patients with vaping-associated lung injury display a wide array of respiratory symptoms, including coughing and chest pain.

"Unlike tobacco, cannabis isn't federally legal, so the vast majority of these tragic vape incidents [involving cannabis products] are due to the black market".

While overall use of e-cigarettes among young people remains low, the number who have ever tried it has nearly doubled in four years.

"I am deeply concerned about the growing epidemic of e-cigarette use in our children", she tweeted, echoing Azar's language, "We need to do all we can to protect the public from tobacco-related disease and death, and prevent e-cigarettes from becoming an on-ramp to nicotine addiction for a generation of youth".

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The agency began policing cigarettes then, but it didn't add e-cigarettes to its portfolio until 2016. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar cited worrying statistics that show 5 million children using vapes or e-cigarettes of some kind, up from 3.6 million in 2018 and 1.5 million in 2017.

Vaping has been touted as a safe and effective way for adult smokers to quit their cigarette habits, and investors have poured billions of dollars into the business. E-cigarettes generally heat liquid containing nicotine.

The number of e-cigarette users, many of them teenagers, who have been stricken by a mysterious and acute lung illness has more than doubled around the country in just the last week.

While most of existing scientific literature holds that vaping is less toxic than smoking, "the implications for long-term effects on morbidity and mortality are not yet clear", and would require decades of more data and studies to know for certain, said the NAS report. The FDA is now finalising its plans to remove flavoured e-cigarettes from the market within the next 30 days.

Mr Trump's first public comments on vaping come as health authorities investigate hundreds of breathing illnesses reported in people who have used e-cigarettes and other vaping devices.

No single device, ingredient or additive has been identified.

But parents, teachers and health advocates have increasingly called for a crackdown on flavors, arguing that they are overwhelmingly to blame for a recent surge in underage vaping by USA teens, particularly with small, discrete devices such as Juul's.

"Before we would give the students leeway", Thomsen says, "Now we're cracking down on it because we've got kids who would never have picked up cigarettes that are now really addicted to this habit; it's easily accessible for them". On and around college campuses, it's common to see people holding e-cigarettes.