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The Government will take one of the world’s largest tobacco firms to court unless it stops illegally targeting UK consumers with tobacco adverts, a Minister has said By Katie Morley | July 18th, 2018 Yesterday the Department of Health sent a formal order to Phillip Morris, which makes Marlboro cigarettes, telling it to remove poster adverts for “healthier” tobacco products from shops around the UK. Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, the public health minister, Steve Brine, warned that the department was prepared to take legal action against Phillip Morris in orderRead More
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Posted On June 22, 2018By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, The Buzz

Is The Vape Shop Boom Coming To An End?

In 2015, when James Restarick opened his first shop in Kent selling kits for vaping, his friends were surprised. By Ben Morris | June 20th, 2018 “They thought I was mad. I didn’t actually tell anyone for seven months that I had opened a shop.” Having previously been a partner in a bar and restaurant business he enjoyed his new lifestyle. “I used to do double shifts, I would be in there day and night – now I have a life.” And as a former heavy smoker, Mr. Restarick enjoyedRead More
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San Francisco voters approved a proposition that would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products- By Madison Park & Roni Selig, CNN | June 6th, 2018 including menthol cigarettes and flavored vaping liquids on Tuesday. With 99% of precincts reporting, 68% had voted in favor of Proposition E and 31% opposed. The battle over the flavored tobacco ban has been an expensive one in the city, with tobacco company R.J. Reynolds contributing nearly $12 million against the measure and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg contributing more than $3Read More
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When non-profit developer Options for Homes launches its latest development The Humber this summer- By PR Newswire | May 28th, 2018 it will bring something new to the market: a “Smoke Less” condo building that will restrict the consumption of tobacco and cannabis to vaporizers. The move is part of Options’ commitment to creating a predominantly family friendly condo, which is reflected in the condo’s suite mix, two-thirds of which are 2- and 3-bedroom suites suitable for families. The Humber’s comprehensive and thoughtful “Smoke Less” takes into account both theRead More
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Posted On May 18, 2018By Frank ArditoIn Headline News, Health

Teen Developed “Wet Lung” From Vaping

A Pennsylvania teen developed respiratory failure- By Ashley Welch | May 17th, 2018 and needed to be placed on a breathing machine as a result of vaping, doctors say. In a case study published in the journal Pediatrics, physicians detail how the 18-year-old had been using e-cigarettes for only three weeks before being rushed to the emergency room at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The young woman, who worked as a restaurant hostess, was not identified due to privacy concerns. She came to the hospital with symptoms of coughing, difficulty breathing, andRead More
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Warning letters are part of a joint effort to protect youth from dangers of nicotine and tobacco products and part of FDA’s new Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan FDA News Release | May 1st, 2018 As part of ongoing efforts to protect youth from the dangers of nicotine and tobacco products, today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued 13 warning letters to manufacturers, distributors, and retailers for selling e-liquids used in e-cigarettes with labeling and/or advertising that cause them to resemble kid-friendly food products, such asRead More
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Teens and electronic cigarettes are a combustible issue that’s been heating up the headlines lately. By Sally Satel | April 11th, 2018 “‘I Can’t Stop’: Schools Struggle with Vaping Explosion,” blares the New York Times. The Wall Street Journal announces widespread concern: “Schools and Parents Fight a JUUL E-Cigarette Epidemic.” Meanwhile, CNN wonders whether vaping is the “health problem of the decade.” It may (or may not) be a simple coincidence that the panicky coverage coincides with a recent lawsuit demanding that the Food and Drug Administration speed up regulation of vaping products. But, orchestrated or not, rushing the FDA to regulate puts smokersRead More
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An analysis of data from a previous study of more than 1,350 smokers intending to quit after a hospitalization- By Sue McGreevey | March 26th, 2018 found that those who reported using electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) during the study period were less likely to have successfully quit smoking six months after entering the study. The authors caution, however, that because of the study’s design, it cannot support the conclusion that e-cigarettes are not useful smoking cessation aids and stress the need to further investigate that question. “Study participants who used e-cigarettesRead More
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Vaping with fake pot didn’t kill two U.S. Marines, Army announces in updated statement By Janiess Delzo | February 3rd, 2018 The U.S. Army recently warned about the dangers of vaping with synthetic cannabinoid (CBD) oil, citing two deaths linked to the products. However, the original statement which was issued on Monday by the Army Public Health Center (APHC), has since been updated and no longer includes any fatalities. In the first version of the statement, which Newsweek previously reported on, officials stated that two marines experienced seizures from the products and ending upRead More
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An alarming number of military personnel were sent to the hospital in January after experiencing health problems potentially related to cannabidiol (CBD) oil By Janissa Delzo | February 1st, 2018 The U.S. Army has since warned the public about the possible dangers of vaping synthetic cannabinoid, a non-psychoactive ingredient found in cannabis. Two medical centers in North Carolina have treated more than 60 patients from the military who arrived with symptoms possibly related to vaping products with CBD oil, according to a statement issued by the Army Public Health Center. An additional 33 troops with similar symptoms visitedRead More