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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
Conclusions These results add to the evidence base that flavored tobacco products may attract young users and serve as starter products to regular tobacco use.
according to a Truth Initiative® study on flavored tobacco use, most youth tobacco users — 81 percent — say the first tobacco product they used was flavored, with hookah having the highest rate of flavored tobacco use among youth who currently use tobacco
The Scottish Government’s updated plan contains 44 measures aimed at addressing health inequalities and cutting smoking rates. It includes plans to ban smoking around hospital buildings and implement the ban on possessing tobacco in prisons. It also o
Advocates with the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawaiʻi and the Hawaiʻi Public Health Institute say that there are over 7,000 chemicals in secondhand smoke, and at least 69 of them are known to cause cancer. The organizations say secondhand smoke in car
The use of electronic cigarettes — particularly discreet “vape pens” — soared at local high schools this year, with several districts disciplining two to three times more students for using the electronic nicotine devices than in previous years. “It
This guidance document is intended to assist retailers in implementing training programs for employees to learn about and comply with the Federal laws, including regulations, regarding: Sale and distribution of, including youth access to, tobacco product
An innovative no smoking programme led by young people in Cambridgeshire has scored winning support from its local football club – Cambridge United. Kick Ash, an award-winning campaign led by young people to prevent smoking in under 16’s across the coun
For more than two years, a coalition of public health, business and insurance interests, called the Alliance for a Healthier Indiana, has been pushing without success for Indiana to raise the tax on cigarettes, increase the legal age of smoking from 18 t
– There was no substantial recent change for cigarette smoking, either. About 9 percent are current smokers, down from more than 27 percent when the survey started in 1991. Ditto alcohol, with 30 percent saying they currently use alcohol, down from 51 pe