Experts laud Biden’s move to restrict nicotine in cigarettes to ‘non-addictive’ levels

Public health ant tobacco addiction experts largely approve of a recent move by the Biden Administration to limit the nicotine in cigarettes sold in the U.S. to ‘non-addictive’ levels – but do fear it could spur some to smoke more than before.

The plan was unveiled by the White House on Tuesday, as part of a greater effort to lower tobacco use in the U.S. – especially among teens and minority communities – and to reduce cancer deaths over the coming decades.

Experts tell that the…

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