Bigger, direr health warnings are appearing on e-cigarette labels these days.
The warnings on electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are getting longer and more serious compared to the warnings on packages of traditional tobacco cigarettes, The New York Times (The Times) recently pointed out. Per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), tobacco cigarettes are only required to have short warnings. A 2009 push by federal regulators to require tobacco companies to create bigger, graphic warnings failed after a successful court challenge from several Big Tobacco companies, according to The Washington Post (The Post). More Tobacco Companies Try to Win Consumers’ and Regulators’ Trust by Placing Lengthy Warnings on E-Cigarettes