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TechnologyTrump wants to ban flavored e-cigarettes as concern grows about vaping

21:36  11 september  2019
21:36  11 september  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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President Donald Trump stepped up the US government's action against e-cigarette manufacturers Wednesday. Health concerns over vaping have increased in recent months amid an outbreak of serious lung illnesses that may be related to using e-cigarettes.

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President Trump wants to take action against vaping products.

This comes two days after the Food and Drug Administration sent a warning letter to Juul Labs over the company's marketing practices that included telling students that e-cigs were "totally safe."

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The President's administration will look to ban all non-tobacco flavored vaping products according to a report from CBS News Wednesday. Bloomberg reported President Trump called vaping a "problem."

"We may very well have to do something very, very strong about it," the president said Wednesday in the White House.

The FDA sent a letter to e-cigarette manufacturer Juul on Monday after it found the company was marketing its products as safe than tobacco without authorization from the agency. The Federal Trade Commission also is looking into Juul's marketing.

In August, the Center for Disease Control opened a probe on vaping in August after more than 150 people were hospitalized with lung issues.

The White House didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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