Home FAQ JUUL Vaping Claims Lawyer FAQ What is vaping, and what is JUUL?
Vaping is the practice of inhaling and exhaling aerosol - usually referred to as "vapor" - produced by an e-cigarette or similar vaping device. The devices work by heating an e-liquid - which generally contains propylene glycol, glycerine, nicotine, and flavouring - until it has atomized. These products differ from traditional cigarettes in that they do not contain tobacco or produce tobacco smoke. They also contain fewer and different chemicals than tobacco products.
JUUL is a popular brand of e-cigarette that has come under scrutiny for questionable early marketing campaigns that appeared to appeal to young people. It has also been accused of failing to provide accurate information or sufficient warnings with respect to its nicotine content and the possible health complications associated with vaping.
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