CDC reports teenage tobacco use has soared

Don't be a bad teen.Image: Suzanne Kreiter / The Boston Globe / Getty Juul doesn’t want teens hitting its vapes. The company promises.  Facing a rising tide of criticism for underage use of its e-cigarettes, vape manufacturer Juul is taking a new approach aimed at cracking down on teen use. Specifically, the company launched an online tool designed to track how specific vapes find their way into the hands of minors.  SEE ALSO: FDA boss threatens ‘game over’ for e-cigs if companies won’t keep kids away The idea, as explained by Juul, seems pretty straightforward. If a parent or teacher confiscates one of the company’s e-cigarettes from a minor, the authority figure should head on over to a new web …