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About half of popular hip-hop songs included tobacco and marijuana use in their music videos in 2017, researchers found. The proportion of leading hip-hop videos containing electronic or combustible tobacco and marijuana products, or smoke and vapor fro
has cut its full-year sales target for cigarette alternative products by 10 per cent to £900m, blaming lower demand in Japan and a product recall in the US, and said it would pay down debt slower than expected through 2019. The FTSE 100 group also warned
Chair of Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Pharmacy Board said products are the ‘vaping equivalent of alcopops’ and ‘designed to hook teenagers into addiction’
Friday asked 21 e-cigarette companies, including the makers and importers of Vuse Alto and myblu, to cough up information about whether more than 40… T
the marketplace has been flooded with new e-cigarette products with no federal oversight. The FDA’s letters require companies to provide evidence within 30 days that their products were on the market as of August 8, 2016, and have not been modified since
Commissioners may approve an ordinance that would amend city code as it pertains to the use of tobacco products and vapor products. “It is the intent of the City Commission — in enacting this ordinance — to provide for the public health, safety and welfa
They used previously secret tobacco industry documents to examine Accord, an earlier version of IQOS that Philip Morris marketed without success between 1998 at 2006. In contrast to IQOS, PM scientists and executives consistently stated that Accord reduc
2017 Kansas Youth Risk Behavior Survey, one in 10 (10.6 percent) high school students in Kansas currently use e-cigarettes. And national data show that e-cigarette use among youth increased from 1.5 percent in 2011, to 11.7 percent in 2017.
“They say they’ve changed from the days of Joe Camel,” Gottlieb said. “But look at what’s happening right now. They must demonstrate that they’re truly committed to keeping these new products out of the hands of kids, and they must find a way to reverse
Adult customers say they find the high nicotine content as satisfying as conventional cigarettes, but the Juul also has a growing number of teen fans, whose developing brains are uniquely vulnerable to addiction. Those teens could become a new generation