Juul are a new type of e-cigarette that are highly popular among teens. These devices have doubled the nicotine content of other e-cigarettes, so they are highly addictive. Juul has been receiving increased media attention because these devices look like flash drives and are being used in schools. The AAP has created a fact sheet to help clinicians, parents and educators identify and address “Juuling” with patients, teens and students. Visit the AAP Richmond Center to download the fact sheet.