E-cigarettes are not a proven quit aid and are actually tobacco products themselves. They come with their own health risks and are not an FDA-approved way to quit other forms of tobacco. Look through our Tobacco Cessation Resources Guide [PDF 911KB] to find a program that can help you kick the habit for good. You should also talk with your provider about medications that can help during your quit.
Yes, and they have the same health risks as other electronic cigarettes. Like other e-cigarettes on the market, JUULs are battery-operated devices that heat liquid into a vapor that users inhale. Like many e-cigarettes, JUUL pods contain nicotine which is highly addictive.
Yes. You can only use e-cigarettes in designated tobacco use areas (DTUAs). In the Defense Department (DOD), the rules for e-cigarette use are the same as for cigarettes, smokeless tobacco and any other tobacco product. You can only use tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) in DTUAs.