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the rate of electronic cigarette use among teens now exceeds that of conventional cigarettes, according to a new statewide survey.About 6.5 percent of Virginia teens who took the 2017 Virginia Youth Survey were defined as current smokers, meaning they rep
But the very molecules that make Randy delicious also could make it dangerous. The juice — named after a character in the Canadian TV series “Trailer Park Boys” — contains high levels of two chemicals known to cause permanent and sometimes fatal lung dise
The passenger who owned the suitcase was traveling to Kansas City International Airport, the TSA said. The flight was delayed until the situation was cleared.
This youth vaping concern isn’t hyperbole among activist health officials.It’s real and would be a historic failure if we let another — similar — health crisis reoccur.
In 1963, a year in which U.S. smokers burned through a then-record 523 billion cigarettes, a scrap metal dealer from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, invented a revolutionary alternative. “I call it the ‘Smokeless,’” Herbert A. Gilbert, then a two-pack-a-da
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Investigators say a lithium battery in an e-cigarette ignited, causing the smoke.
“All student bathrooms, except those on the main floor by the gymnasium and the Gender-Neutral Bathroom by the office, will be locked until further notice,” reads a November 29 memo distributed by Seycove Secondary and first reported by the Vancouver Sun
An overwhelming majority of convenience store retailers expect recent regulatory proposals by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hurt their tobacco business. However, many retailers acknowledge any final action could be years down the road.
Retailers in minority and low-income communities are more likely to sell and advertise the most inexpensive and risky alternative tobacco products, according to a new study conducted at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Potentially les