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“It is treated as a tobacco possession that would result in a paddling or two days of in-school suspension, and of course if you are caught a second time your punishment will increase,” said Faulkner. The following statement was issued by JUUL Labs: “JUUL
“If someone is in class trying to pay attention and take notes and there is someone in the corner hitting their vape and blowing clouds into the air, or even trying to hide it, it’s going to take away from their time in class,” said architecture junior J
The national increase in teenagers smoking e-cigarettes is upending Lexington high schools as well, with disciplinary incidents increasing and adults struggling to address the health concerns. Betsy Rains, principal of Lexington’s Paul Laurence Dunbar H
“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
Backpacks filled with empty nicotine cartridges, hallway sales of e-cigarettes and bathrooms clouded with vapor — this is a typical day at Bearden High School in Knoxville, two students say. “Almost everyone in the school has a Juul (e-cigarette),” sai
Students at MSU said Juuls are mainstays at tailgates and college parties, where the faint aroma of their flavors — like mango and fruit medley — hangs in the air. As he walked through campus on that recent Monday afternoon, 19-year-old Mark Bohlen said
The Ministry of Health and Welfare said Wednesday that the latest amendment to the National Health Promotion Act banning smoking within 10 meters of kindergartens and day care centers will go into effect Dec. 31.
Many schools across the country are struggling to reverse a surge in teenagers using e-cigarettes, which experts say can potentially lead to nicotine addiction. Bronx Science officials said in an email to parents Friday that patrolling bathrooms didn’t
Dr. C. Beth Gero said that after speaking to nine Auburn High School classes about vaping and electronic cigarettes Wednesday, she is more convinced than ever that it is an epidemic in the United States. Gero spoke to a group of about 20 people at the A
The country’s biggest vape company tried to fix a problem it created by shopping around a vaping prevention program that encouraged “mindfulness” and meditation as an alternative to e-cigarettes.