What a Juul e-cigarette looks like
From “Juuling: An Alarming Trend Reversing Decades of Health Gains” by Donna Orem, NAIS President . . .
“Cigarette smoking has been on a steady decline among teens for the past decade. That’s good news … but, a new craze called “Juuling” is threatening to reverse that. A Juul is a brand of e-cigarette that has become popular among middle and high schoolers, at least in part because of youth-friendly flavors and a discrete, concealable design. If Juuling is not yet on your radar, it should be, as it is quickly moving from a trend among a small percentage of teens to a major health crisis, with many implications still unknown.”
Wikipedia on JUUL: “JUUL Labs (/ˈdʒuːl/ JOOL, like "jewel") is an electronic cigarette company which spun off from PAX Labs in 2017. The JUUL e-cigarette was introduced by PAX Labs in 2015. It is a type of e-cigarette that uses nicotine salts that exist in leaf-based tobacco for its key ingredient. The JUUL is the most popular e-cigarette in the United States by market share, and its widespread use by youth has triggered multiple investigations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.”