FDA to Ban E-Cigs for Minors

    LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 02:  In this photo illustration a woman smokes an e-cigarette on April 2, 2014 in London, England. Wales is considering a ban on the smoking of electronic cigarettes in enclosed public places.  (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

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    The FDA will issue new proposed rules Thursday that would ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors as well as require health warning labels and approval for new products. In addition, the FDA is cracking down on pipe tobacco and cigars, which have long slipped through the regulatory net, and will require photo identification for the sale of the items. The FDA will also require the makers of the e-cigarettes and cigars to register with the agency and provide a detailed list of the product ingredients as well as manufacturing processes and scientific data. However, the proposed measures do not contain regulations on the flavors of the items, which can include bubble gum and grape.

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