This September, the FDA took unprecedented action to limit teens' access to e-cigarettes. The FDA argues that teen vaping has become an "epidemic," while some users argue that e-cigarettes are revolutionary for weening adults off of traditional cigarettes. The FDA must find a public health solution to encourage smokers to quit smoking, but it can't allow a new generation to become dependent on nicotine in the process. Is placing limitations on e-cigarettes the solution? What do you think?
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