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despite laws banning sale to minors With federal laws imposing tight regulations on cigarettes, more teens have been getting hooked on tobacco by using trendy new products that skirt the rules. In fact, the CDC researchers found that nearly 60 percent of teens who smoke flavored little cigars said they had no intention of quitting, compared with 49 percent of those who smoked an unflavored product. we see candy and fruit flavors in little cigars, we know that the tobacco industry trying to hook kids, said Erika Sward, assistant vice president of the American Lung Association. why it important for the FDA to move forward to aggressively regulate them. are tricked into thinking that these bubblegum, fruit and candied flavored cigars are sweet treats, Markey said, in fact they serve merely as a gateway to tobacco addiction, putting them on a path to serious diseases and premature death. The FDA plans to issue new guidelines on electronic or e-cigarettes and cigars in the next few months. Swisher Sweets did not respond to a request for comment. While cigarette smoking rates have sharply declined among middle and high school students over the past decade, the percentage of teens using e-cigarettes has been on the rise. A CDC study issued in September found that nearly 7 percent of students in grades 6 through 12 said they had tried e-cigarettes in 2012, up from 3 percent in 2011. The battery operated devices deliver nicotine through a liquid solution that heated and inhaled as vapor; they also come in tempting flavors. Apollo Vapors, for example, offers Almond Joyee as candy bar taste without the calories French Vanilla, which the company says is biting into a deliciously sweet vanilla cupcake. Tim McAfee, director of CDC Office on Smoking and Health. zero reason for kids to be using them. A long-term habit could carry the same health risks as cigarettes, such as lung cancer, breast cancer, and heart disease. Another reason teens may be drawn to little cigars could be their reduced price. While Massachusetts requires that cigars have the same $3.51-per-pack state tax as cigarettes, some states don require that this tax be added to cigar products. Instead of paying nearly $10 for a pack of little cigars, teens in these states could be purchasing a pack for half that price. new study highlights the potential for our nation to erase 50 years of success in reducing cigarette use, Sward said, increasing our use of little cigars and other tobacco products.