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recent scientific studies suggest secondhand marijuana smoke may pose health risks similar to those posed by tobacco smoke. A recent laboratory study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association concluded that “secondhand smoke can exert sim
The 2009 act also explicitly reserved for the states the power to ban the sale of tobacco products. In states where it is not preempted, local cities and counties can phase cigarettes out of the market on their own. Change often starts at the local level
a guy in a Chevy Tahoe in front of us tossed a lit cigarette out the w A: Some people are that stupid. But what you did was the right thing. Let officials know what you witnessed. Hopefully, he’ll get the message. Keep your stinkin’ butts in your ashtray.
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.
Q: I live in a second-floor condo unit. The woman who lived below me for around 10 years was a heavy smoker. I had a cigarette smell in my unit constantly, and although she moved away nearly 20 years ago, I can still smell it. It’s worse in my closets,
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A source close to the previous deal said Altria was deep in the diligence stage with Aphria, when the company pulled out without warning either Aphria or CannTrust, with whom Altria had also entertained a potential transaction. Another potential reason f
In fall 2018, we have the chance to make history again. Bill 35-18, introduced by County Council member Sidney Katz (D-District 3), would make Montgomery County the first county in Maryland to have a smoke-free outdoor dining law. The evidence shows th
The good news is that Levy and colleagues are finally accepting the overwhelming evidence that kids who start with e-cigarettes are more likely to end up smoking cigarettes, the so-called “gateway effect.” Now they have fallen back to arguing that the g
Juul is working to develop a pod with lower nicotine content that will deliver the same “hit” by increasing the voltage in the device. Running at a higher temperature increases nicotine delivery, as well as generation of the other toxic chemicals in e-ci