The FDA Authorized the First E-Cigarette Sparking Anger and Confusion

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The FDA recently authorized e-cigarettes. Does the benefit of offering a harm reduction to adults addicted to cigarettes overshadow the risk that e-cigarettes pose to youth? Weighing in on this debate is public health expert Dr. Michael Siegel is in defense of the FDAs decision, and president of Tobacco-Free Kids Matt Myers and co-founder of Parents Against Vaping Meredith Berkman who are opposed to it.

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