The FDA just announced it plans to crack down on retailers who sell JUULs and other e-cigarettes to minors.
Kids say one thing making it hard for schools to crack down on e-cigarettes — is that they’re easy to hide. Twelve-year-olds Jennifer Shape explains, “Sometimes I hear that some of my friends do it their classroom when the teacher is not looking.”
Vape pens, or e-cigarettes, are often billed as a safer way for smokers to get their fix. The user breathes…