There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of a Juul or “Juuling.” But it’s likely your son or daughter has. A Juul, a type of e-cigarette, is a new device popular among those in middle school, high school and college. A Juul looks like a USB flash drive and you can even charge it through a laptop. Anne Arundel Medical Center’s Dr. Stephen Cattaneo shows you what it looks like and explains more about the dangers of Juuling. To learn about smoking cessation resources at AAMC, visit www.askaamc.org/quitsmoking or call 443-481-5366.