While Juuls aren't outright called e-cigs, they most definitely contain nicotine.
Juuls were started to wean smokers off of cigarettes but instead has gotten a whole nother generation addicted to nicotine, though a Yale study shows that 24% of teens didn't know that Juul contains nicotine
While there are less cancer-causing chemicals in e-cigs, nicotine is still a highly addictive drug, and scientists don't yet know about the long-term side effects of juuling.
Wow! With tryouts coming up I've been watching what I've been putting on my body, but I didn't even consider my vape pen. Thanks!