Teens are at the center of the newest war against nicotine addiction. The U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams has declared teen vaping an epidemic. He adds that nicotine can mess with the developing brain, is addictive, and the chemicals in e-cigarettes may be unhealthy to inhale. One company in particular has been under fire and that's JUUL because of it's actual design and high nicotine dose.
Emergency room physician Dr. Huma Kausar discusses the Surgeon General's findings with Isiah Carey.