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The Vaping Epidemic

E-cigarettes aren’t harmless. Vast numbers of young Americans are using them. The FDA should act fast

Teen vaping has skyrocketed in just a few years: From 2017 to 2018, the share of high school students using e-cigarettes rose 78%, to 1 in 5. Unlike other tobacco products, e-cigarettes haven’t been subjected to a health and safety review because of delays by

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