3.6 Million Middle and High School Students Used E-cigarettes in 2018

“Introduced in 2015, Juul e-cigarettes have skyrocketed in popularity among youth across the United States, leading to what public health officials have called a youth e-cigarette “epidemic.” In 2018, e-cigarette use among high school students rose by 78 percent, and more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes – an alarming increase of 1.5 million students in one year.” (https://www.tobaccofreekids.org/what-we-do/industry-watch/e-cigarettes). The growth in sales to teens goes along with their incredible profits. “In a letter to investors in May, Juul said its first-quarter sales were $528 million, an increase of about 23% from the previous quarter’s revenue, which it said in the letter was $430 million.” (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-11/juul-tells-investors-sales-are-climbing-again-despite-flavor-pullback).

If you suffered a miscarriage or delivered a baby suffering from birth defects after using JUUL devices, or if your teenager has become addicted to JUUL vapes, contact a lawyer. It is our goal to help put an end to this crisis by helping the victims file civil lawsuits to recoup their losses. If you are located in the State of California and want help, please call Attorney and Physician Paul J. Molinaro, M.D., J.D. today for a free consultation.

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