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The U.S. Surgeon General is joining the fight against e-cigarette use among teens with the issuing of a health advisory that warns of the health risks associated with its use. Noting the changing landscape of tobacco products in the U.S. with the decline of traditional cigarettes and rise of e-cigarettes, Surgeon General Jerome Adams is […]
When parents pursue such dialogue…take steps such as learning the facts, being patient and ready to listen, finding the right moment to start the conversation and being prepared to answer any questions from a teen on the topic. A tip sheet for parents a
After publication of the 1988 Surgeon General’s report on nicotine addiction, tobacco companies (particularly RJ Reynolds) intensified efforts to promote the benefits of nicotine while downplaying its addictiveness and health risks.
Experts are calling teen vaping an epidemic. KCTV5 News went into a local vape shop to ask how the devices are getting into the hands of kids at such an alarming rate. The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids said it has never seen a tobacco product spread a
The turning point for smoking came in 1964, when Surgeon General Luther Terry issued the first report that outlined the dangers of smoking. That’s the report that health-care workers need to write about gun violence. The doctors who treat the carnage, t
Some schools are banning flash drives and Juuls to avoid confusion, and educating parents and staff about the devices. Many e-cigarette companies, including Juul, say their products are designed to provide a safer alternative to smoking for older adults
The author of a recent letter, who declared interests related to the tobacco and electronic cigarette industries, critiqued the objectivity and evidence related to the 2016 US Surgeon General’s Report, E-cigarette Use Among Youth and Young Adults.1
I understand the ads are supposed to be funny but it isn’t clear to me how farting — a natural bodily function — and stealing food can be equated with smoking. I have never been a regular smoker but I enjoy the occasional cigar. Does that make me a bad
But Ohio has now sullied itself by being one of the few states — if not the only state — with increased tobacco use since 2009. Why?… We need leadership in Columbus; we in the United States, and in Ohio especially, can’t afford for additional progre