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while the maker of the e-cigarette JUUL claims it is “only for adults,” new Truth Initiative® research shows that teenagers are more likely to use the device than older age groups. In fact, 15- to 17-year-olds have over 16 times greater odds of being c
A cigar lounge is only allowed by special exception. Prince George’s County is weighing an application.
The tobacco industry is “reverting to tricks and stunts” in a bid to attract young smokers, the head of the Public Health Association of Australia has said, after analysis revealed cigarettes with flavour-changing capsules were the fastest growing segmen
The largest e-cigarette industry in Australia will be “decimated” after major parties in South Australia united to pass the tightest regulations in the nation, retailers and public health advocates say. Under amendments to the Tobacco Products Regulatio
South Australia could be the first state to ban online sales of e-cigarettes in a move that threatens to decimate the industry. Both houses of the South Australian Parliament passed amendments to the Tobacco Products Regulation Act which will ban the s
Perhaps most importantly, from a socioeconomic standpoint, Altria said it would support federal legislation establishing 21 as the minimum age to purchase any tobacco product. Altria said the moves were in response to the Food and Drug Administration re
Brad Rodu, a professor of medicine at the University of Louisville and an anti-smoking advocate, compared Altria’s support for raising the minimum age to 21 to the Alcohol21 campaign of the 1980s. “That effort succeeded in reducing rates of teen alcohol
As a pediatrician here in Billings, I’m upset about the campaign of misinformation that’s being carried out over our television stations and airwaves. You should know that this is all funded by Big Tobacco. The tobacco companies don’t care for kids in Mo
Tobacco products constitute a small proportion of items purchased from Dunedin convenience stores and are typically not purchased with non-tobacco items. Our findings are inconsistent with arguments that most small retailers rely on tobacco sales.
Cigarettes with flavour-changing capsules in the filter, a continuing success story for tobacco companies, have grown exponentially since being introduced in 2007. The global capsule market is estimated to be 150 billion sticks in 2017.1 We provide an upd