Recognizing the value of the information contained in these internal industry document archives, while also acknowledging its limitations, the WHO Tobacco Free Initiative decided to publish a second edition of the manual.
According to the 2014 National Youth Tobacco Survey, from 2011 to 2014, e-cigarette use among high school students increased by nearly 800%. E-cigs have quickly become one of the biggest tobacco threats to youth. In 2014, use of e-cigarettes by high school students surpassed use of all other tobacco products combined. View the whole fact […]
The findings are especially troublesome because many of the varieties tested, which also included two other related potentially harmful chemicals, come in flavors that are clearly aimed at young people like cotton candy, “fruit squirts,” and cupcake.
In a new press release, the CDC has shared its findings that 7 in 10 middle and high school students (which adds up to over 18 million young Americans) see ads for e-cigarettes online, in newspapers, on TV, in movies, or in stores.
Indiana State Police say a electronic cigarette malfunctioned and caused a semi driver to go off the road along Interstate 65 on Tuesday.
The TPSAC menthol report, which was prepared with great integrity and is a sound scientific document, concluded, “Removal of menthol cigarettes from the marketplace would benefit public health in the United States.”