Study pokes holes in the theory that young smokers will switch from conventional cigarettes to electronic ones
“Vaping” is now verboten in restaurants, bars and farmers markets
Early exposure to cigarettes could affect how one responds to and craves nicotine
The agency is flexing its new authority under the Tobacco Control Act
To the tune of $1.5 billion in annual revenue
The agency’s ads will feature rotting teeth and premature wrinkles
That’s the residue from cigarette smoke that lands on and sticks to surfaces
They’re popular, but public health agencies have yet to rule on whether they’re a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes
Deemed the “most successful public health campaign in modern history,” researchers report that 50 years of tobacco control have saved about 20 years of additional life for eight million Americans.
The encouraging decline in deaths from cancer is continuing.
It’s not real tobacco smoke, but the emissions from electronic cigarettes can still contain harmful ingredients.
Today is the Great American Smokeout, the day that the American Cancer Society hopes will be the first smoke-free day for more smokers.
American kids are smoking more flavored tobacco, like hookahs and cigarillos