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The devices, which emit a scentless vapor, are making it easier than ever for minors to use marijuana illegally, too. In the first study of its kind, the CDC found that one third of high school students and a quarter of middle school students that had u
Here at The Daily Free Press, many of our Interrobang answers in our print issues riff on the fact that freshmen are addicted to “Juuling,”… Let’s do the same thing with Juuls that we did with cigarettes — make them less cool.
We should continue to restrict sales of all tobacco-related products to minors, and more heavily tax the highest risk products. The FDA should amend its regulatory scheme from one designed to eliminate entry of any fundamentally new product into the mark
Highlights • Any tobacco use predicted subsequent substance (alcohol or drug) use. • E-cigarette use predicted substance use except non-prescribed painkillers/sedatives. • Substance use consistently predicted tobacco use across products. • Marijuana u
The latest data, not yet published, show a 75 percent increase in e-cigarette use among high school students this year compared to 2017. The FDA declined to publicly release the numbers, but people familiar with them said they were preliminary data from
Shares in tobacco companies jumped as investors calculated that big tobacco would weather the enforcement action better than Juul, which has shocked the industry by grabbing more than 70 per cent of the ecigarette market since it launched in 2015.
will only have a major impact if the FDA quickly follows up and requires that flavored e-cigarettes that have not been reviewed by the agency be removed from the market because of their appeal to kids, forces changes in the marketing and sales practices o
New laws to protect youth from tobacco influences went into effect this month, and local health officials are enforcing the regulations. The regulations include prohibiting the sale of flavored tobacco products, such as menthol cigarettes and flavored
The Garson family and millions of others have lost their loved ones to lung cancer caused by tobacco. We can spare future families this pain. The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids has an online resource that shows the location of cities and states with Toba
FDA’s Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan—a key component of the agency’s Comprehensive Plan for Tobacco and Nicotine Regulation—is a series of actions to stop youth use of tobacco products, especially e-cigarettes, with special focus on three key areas: