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E-cigarettes may help tobacco smokers quit. But the alluring devices can swiftly induce a nicotine habit in teenagers who never smoked. This is the tale of one person’s struggle. / Matt Murphy, of Reading, Mass., developed a painful nicotine addiction fr
“First is raising the price of e-cigarettes…“run media campaigns to try to change social norms regarding vaping,” Siegel said. “… Juuling is what absolutely needs to be addressed, as this is the real threat in terms of youth addiction to nicotine, not
some will probably end up on regular cigarettes, a product we all know kills half of its long-term users. “I think a lot of people forgot about nicotine addiction and how horrible it is. We don’t have a good program on helping kids quit,” said Dr. Mark R
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
Gottlieb may have seemed an unlikely ally for public health folks wishing for greater e-cigarette regulation. He previously served on the board of a North Carolina vaping company and has previously expressed support for e-cigarettes, even when he introdu
The tobacco industry is addicting a whole new generation of kids, using more than 15,000 flavors like gummy bear, cotton candy, and chocolate. In many cases, the packaging even mimics that of popular candy brands.
British American Tobacco (BAT) — the third-largest publicly traded tobacco company in the world — is engaged in an elaborate and ethically questionable online-marketing strategy across Europe and Asia. A joint Point and Engadget investigation has found
. Caregiver and peer-group smoking remain important drivers of child smoking uptake and thus important targets for intervention.
Teenagers whose mothers smoked during pregnancy, or whose parents or friends smoke, are more likely to smoke themselves. The findings come from a new study carried out at Imperial College London and published today in the journal Thorax, which highlight
“Our intent was never to have youth use JUUL,” Kevin Burns wrote in the Tuesday statement that outlined an action plan divided into four key areas: flavors, retail stores, social media and the future. Burns said the company will be “eliminating our own s