FDA plans to ban flavored e-cigarettes in convenience stores
The FDA is cracking down on teenage sales of e-cigarettes, preparing to ban companies from selling “fruity-flavored products” in convenience stores where kids can more easily access them. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY.
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