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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
US e-cigarette unit sales generally increased as product prices decreased. These findings demonstrate the rapidly evolving landscape of US e-cigarette retail marketplace. Ongoing surveillance of e-cigarette unit sales and price is critical for informing a
Sales of e-cigarettes and similar vaping products have soared over the past five years as prices for them have fallen, federal health researchers reported Thursday. Taxes help keep sales down, the team at CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health reported in t
In the case of smoking, American corporations were selling cigarettes to turn a profit. Today, however, foreign actors are deploying misleading content to actively undermine our democracy. For this reason, the FBI and other U.S. intelligence agencies shou
It’s a regulation Roxanne Duran believes will have a positive impact in the community. “We have kids running around outside. We don’t have to worry about finding cigarette butts on the floor and kids putting them in their mouths and thinking basically t
FDA may regulate “premium” cigars differently from other cigars, so long as the differences are science- and evidence-based and FDA applies objective criteria to allow for predictable and fair application of its authority.
In a letter sent to the [FDA], Altria—the $25 billion company behind Marlboro cigarettes, the parent of Nat Sherman, and the largest tobacco concern in the United States—asked the FDA to not exempt the small, handmade premium cigar industry from its toba
Enforcing residential bans on smoking could help large numbers of low-income people quit smoking, according to an analysis of federally funded national surveys by a California research team. The finding comes as public housing authorities across the count
The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem has implemented a smoke-free policy at its nine properties, in line with a federal policy that took effect Tuesday. But many residents are opposed to the policy, saying the agency is infringing on their rights. Som