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How much nicotine is in my vape juice? And how much nicotine is too much? These are some of the most commonly asked questions as people switch from cigarettes to vaping.

The FDA, an American governmental agency that promotes public health, announced July 28th that it will be releasing a new comprehensive plan to better regulate tobacco and nicotine products. They have detailed a four-pronged approach that directly attacks the issue of addiction, the process at the heart of the growing smoking epidemic.

It is undeniable that vaping has taken over the many different smoking communities across the globe in a way that can only be called and explained as abrupt. Even if this impressive quick rise to fame can be considered monumental and phenomenal, it also entails repercussions when it comes to the acceptance of the public, and sometimes (and more importantly), of the law.

The American Association of Public Health Physicians has stated that e-cigarettes “could save the lives of 4 million of the 8 million current adult American smokers who will otherwise die of a tobacco-related illness over the next 20 years."

Experimenting with cigarettes is something of a rite of passage for young people. At some point most teenage schoolchildren will find themselves in a position where they will be offered the opportunity to smoke. We have all been there!

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lacks the authority to regulate electronic cigarettes as drugs or devices, an appeals court ruled, upholding a lower-court decision. The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington said today the FDA can only regulate e-cigarettes as a tobacco product. The ruling means the government can oversee the marketing of the products, not restrict their sale.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lacks the authority to regulate electronic cigarettes as drugs or devices, an appeals court ruled, upholding a lower-court decision.