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the majority of tweets in praise of vaping were just automated messages written by electronic devices about electronics. So, the researchers worry, bots may actually be behind the driver’s seat of the vaping discussion, skewing public perception to se
Over the past few months, I have been traveling to communities across Massachusetts, talking to middle- and high-school students about health, wellness and substance-use prevention. At every meeting, I have heard from parents, teachers, school nurses and
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District is holding the first of four stakeholder meetings Wednesday prior to the debut of the new Tobacco 21 ordinance, which is scheduled to take effect Oct. 1. The San Antonio City Council passed the ordinance in Janu
Retailers that mix and prepare e-liquids or create or modify vaporizers may be regulated as both retailers and manufacturers. Importers of tobacco products must ensure that the tobacco products they import are in compliance with the law.
This guidance document is intended to assist any person who manufactures, packages, sells, offers to sell, distributes, or imports cigars or pipe tobacco with respect to the labeling requirements in sections 903(a)(2) and 920(a) of the Federal Food, Dr
This webinar provides information for retailers about a new warning statement that is required in 2018 on certain tobacco product packing and advertisements. Additional tobacco compliance webinars can be found on our website.
FDA has provided a compliance date of August 10, 2018, for the required health warning statements on packages and advertisements for “covered” tobacco products (except cigars and pipe tobacco1) and roll-your-own / cigarette tobacco products.2
After publication of the 1988 Surgeon General’s report on nicotine addiction, tobacco companies (particularly RJ Reynolds) intensified efforts to promote the benefits of nicotine while downplaying its addictiveness and health risks.
As more local governments consider tobacco flavor bans like the one upheld by San Francisco voters in early June, tobacco companies are increasingly labeling flavored little cigars and other tobacco products with names that are ambiguous and non-descript
He, and his four business partners, spent the past year developing a new high-quality cigar, which they predict will turn heads. The result is the company Emperors Cut, which produces a medium-to-full-bodied cigar that the group plans to unveil. For Will