Over 1,000 Counterfeit Juul Pods Containing Questionable Substances Seized by Border Protection



Vaping is viewed by some as safer than smoking, but—even outside the realm of overseas knockoffs—its long-term health effects are not well understood. Small studies have found lead and other heavy metals present in vaped aerosols; some flavors have likewise been found to leave traces of Formaldehyde  in the respiratory system. It’s probably not great for heart health, according to the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, and findings are mixed on whether or not vaping actually helps traditional smokers quit. One imagines that counterfeit vaping products, which CBP notes are often “manufactured in unregulated facilities and with 

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