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In testing that included over 1,200 children, researchers found that up to 15 percent of them had levels of cotinine, a byproduct of the body’s breakdown of nicotine, comparable to what would be found in an adult smoker. Overall, about 63 percent of the
Bryan Haynes of the Troutman Sanders Tobacco Team will be at the [FDA] Law Institute Enforcement Conference on December 12-13…Perhaps the FDA will elaborate on its recently-announced policy changes with the stated intention of deterring youth access to
This year’s report finds that, once again, most states get a failing grade and are spending a small fraction of their tobacco revenues to fight tobacco use and the enormous public health problems it causes. In the current budget year, Fiscal Year
Despite receiving over $27 billion from the tobacco settlement and tobacco taxes, the states continue to severely underfund tobacco prevention and cessation programs proven to save lives and money.
States Challenged to Close Big Gaps in Who Still Smokes, Confront Youth E-Cigarette Epidemic
West Virginia has budgeted zero state funds for programs that prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit and is tied for last nationwide in funding…joins Connecticut and Tennessee as the only states that provide no state funding for tobacco prevent
On December 5, 2018, FDA will hold a public hearing to discuss its efforts to eliminate youth e-cigarette and other tobacco product use. One of the objectives of the hearing is to obtain the public’s perspectives on whether there is a need for drug therap
Researchers found that about 15% of children had levels of a byproduct formed when the body breaks down nicotine that was similar to adult smokers
City Council voted Wednesday afternoon to raise the minimum age of tobacco purchase from 18 to 21, joining Cleveland, Columbus and Akron in their efforts to reduce habitual smoking among young people.The ordinance, which was originally proposed by Counci
Kentucky Youth Advocates and the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky held a statewide briefing on Monday in several cities aimed at increasing awareness of the dangers of electronic cigarettes. One of the attendees at the Bowling Green location was Rich