FDA to crack down on e-cigarette use among young people

The Food and Drug Administration has announced plans for an education campaign to discourage young people from using electronic cigarettes.

The plan comes hot on the heels of the agency’s proposal last month to lower nicotine levels in cigarettes.

E-cigarettes have been hailed as a safer product that may discourage children from smoking tobacco products, which carry a host of health risks including cancer.

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