Are they turning a new leaf or is this another public con?
The January/February TFBC newsletter covers tobacco point-of-sale marketing.
A new study noticed that teens who use cigarettes aren’t very likely to switch to e-devices.
Students who use e-devices with high amounts of nicotine are more likely to pursue avenues of higher nicotine exposure.
Indiana may be jumping on the increasingly popular Tobacco 21 bandwagon.
Not much is known as to how harmful e-cigarette use during pregnancy is to an unborn baby but new research suggests it could cause facial deformities.
E-devices may not give COPD patients relief from their symptoms.
New research is showing that e-cigs have the potential to make matters worse for those with heart problems.
While the tobacco industry is trying to market their heat-not-burn products as safer than conventional cigarettes, new research is telling us to be wary.
Altria and British American Tobacco will be running anti-smoking ads on primetime TV soon.