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The Juul Curriculum Is Not the Jewel of Tobacco Prevention Education

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      JUUL The smoking alternative, unlike any e-cigarette or vape. Available at: http://www.juul.com/. Accessed August 7, 2018.

      ]. Each pod contains 59-mg of nicotine; and come in a number of flavors, including Mango, Fruit Medley, and Crème Brulee [

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