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JUUL to Pay $40 Million to Settle North Carolina Lawsuit

June 29, 2021   |  
JUUL will pay $40 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the State of North Carolina, alleging that the company deliberately marketed its popular e-cigarettes to minors. The JUUL lawsuit was filed in 2019 by the North Carolina Attorney General, Josh Stein. IMPORTANT: This settlement covers the lawsuit filed by...
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JUUL Class Action Lawsuit: Do You Qualify?

April 8, 2020   |  
Do you qualify for a JUUL class action lawsuit*? Juul Labs, which manufacturers the nation's most popular e-cigarette, JUUL, has been accused of deliberately targeting minors, engaging in misleading advertising, and trying to appeal to youth with "fun" flavors like mango, cream and cucumber. Vaping with e-cigarettes can result in...
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JUUL Contamination: Harvard Study Finds Dangerous Chemical in Vaping Products

January 21, 2020   |  
A research team at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health has discovered glucan, a potentially dangerous contaminant, in samples of JUUL vaping oil. Glucan is a form of sugar that can cause chronic inflammation of the lungs. According to the Harvard study, of 54 JUUL vaping cartridges analyzed,...
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JUUL Suspends Sale of Fruit-Flavored “Pods” in Canada

January 19, 2020   |  
JUUL, North America’s largest e-cigarette manufacturer, will suspend sales of its fruit-flavored vaping products in Canada as the company continues to grapple with increasing legal and political scrutiny for its role in the vaping epidemic. JUUL is accused of deliberately targeting underage youth with “fun” flavors like mango, cucumber and...
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Vaping Ban: FDA Cracks Down on Flavored E-Cigarette Products

January 3, 2020   |  
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced new rules that will ban the sale of flavored e-cigarette products. Banning flavored vaping products follows months of public debate over the health risks of e-cigarettes, as thousands of cases of EVALI (e-cigarette and vaping product associated lung injury) have been reported...
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Vitamin E Acetate Linked to Vaping-Related Lung Injury and Deaths

November 8, 2019   |  
Is vitamin E acetate responsible for the recent epidemic of e-cigarette and vaping product associated lung injury (EVALI)? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports it has reached a “breakthrough” in its investigation into the cause of a string of recent illnesses and deaths associated with e-cigarette use....
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Does Vaping Cause Cancer?

November 8, 2019   |  
Heads up, vapers… Recent research suggests that e-cigarettes can potentially cause cancer, among other serious health problems. For more information on the cancer risk potentially associated with JUUL and other e-cigarettes, please visit our JUUL and e-cigarette health risks and lawsuits FAQ page. Potentially Cancer-Causing Chemicals in JUULs and other...
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Are JUUL Pods Contaminated? Lawsuit Makes Explosive Claim

November 3, 2019   |  
JUUL faces yet more legal scrutiny after a former executive alleged in a new lawsuit that at least one million JUUL menthol flavor pods were contaminated and the company “refused to recall those contaminated pods or even issue a product health and safety warning.” Alleged JUUL Contamination Filed in US...
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Can I sue JUUL?

October 28, 2019   |  
Recently, an environmental group sued e-cigarette maker JUUL and reached a settlement that will restrict the company’s marketing practices in several ways. The legal action comes as JUUL faces increasing scrutiny for an outbreak of lung disease cases and deaths associated with e-cigarette products. Can I sue JUUL? If you’ve...
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Chemical Pneumonia From Vaping

October 17, 2019   |  
As the EVALI outbreak continues across the United States (e-cigarette and vaping product use associated lung injury), many e-cigarette users have developed chemical pneumonia. What is chemical pneumonia? Chemical pneumonia is a dangerous form of pneumonia that can develop after inhaling chemicals that can inflame the lungs. Many chemicals can...
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