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Sunderland’s smoking prevalence rate stands at 18% for 2016/17 – slightly higher than the national average of 15.5 per cent. In 2016/17, 487 women in Sunderland were recorded as smoking at the time they gave birth – equating to 17.2% and almost double t
A ban on flavoured e-cigarettes alone would likely increase the choice of cigarettes in smokers, arguably the more harmful way of obtaining nicotine, whereas a ban on menthol cigarettes alone would likely be more effective in reducing the choice of cigare
Citing a wish “to better understand the youth appeal of these products,” the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that four manufacturers of e-cigarettes have until July 12 to hand over documents related to their marketing strategies and product de
In seeking regulatory approval for a new smoking device called iQOS, [PMI] is claiming the electronic gadget is less likely to cause disease than traditional cigarettes. But the iQOS holds another, less obvious advantage over regular smokes: the ability
An 18-year-old experienced difficulty breathing and chest pains after using an e-cigarette Her doctors diagnosed hypersensitivity pneumonitis, or “wet lung”
pediatricians to discuss the potential harms of vaping with their patients. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis, lipid pneumonia, and eosinophilic pneumonia should be included in the differential diagnosis of patients who exhibit respiratory symptoms after the u
The rising popularity of Juul e-cigarettes seems to be pushing the FDA into a tougher stance. In April it asked Juul Labs to turn over documents on its marketing and any research on why the device appeals to the young. On May 17th the agency sent similar
In This Issue… Learn about recent FDA actions under the agency’s nicotine-focused tobacco regulatory framework and Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan—all with the common goal of reducing tobacco’s disease and death toll in the United States. On this page:
“This is a dynamic time in the tobacco industry, and just as we lead in traditional tobacco products, we intend to lead in offering adult smokers more choices in innovative, non-combustible, reduced-risk products”
Ron Marshall of Hamilton’s Freedom Vapes hopes the Ravalli County Board of Health will reconsider its decision to include electronic nicotine delivery devices in its local Clean Indoor Air Act ordinance.