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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced plans to require tobacco companies to cut the amount of nicotine in traditional cigarettes. It also announced a ban of Juul e-cigarettes in the U.S., saying the company has provided insufficient data about the potential risks of using its products. The changing landscape of tobacco and nicotine is one of the driving forces behind the work of The University of Texas at Arlington's Nicotine and Tobacco Research Laboratory (NTRL), directed by Ziyad Ben Taleb, assistant professor of public health. Ben Taleb shared his thoughts on the major developments.