Trends in Nicotine Strength in Electronic Cigarettes Sold in the United States by Flavor, Product Type, and Manufacturer, 2017-2022

CDC and NORC at the University of Chicago released the following tobacco-related article in the journal, Nicotine & Tobacco Research HERE.

Most e-cigarettes contain highly addictive nicotine.  This study assessed trends in nicotine strength in e-cigarettes sold in the United States during January 2017 – March 2022.

Monthly average nicotine strength of e-cigarette products increased overall, for most product and flavor types, and for some manufacturers in the United States during the study period.  Imposing maximum limits on nicotine strength of e-cigarettes, together with other evidence-based commercial tobacco control strategies, can help reduce the use of e-cigarettes among youth and increase commercial tobacco product cessation among adults.

The article is available at:
https://academic.oup.com/ntr/advance-article/doi/10.1093/ntr/ntad033/7078957?searchresult=1&login=true

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