Tobacco in the News
Fall/Winter 2019 - 2020
- Another Vaping Hazard: Less-Healthy Mouths
- Social Media Helped Juul Dominate the Vaping Market. Now, Teens Are Using It to Help Each Other Quit
- Vaping Is the Darling of Instagram
- Study links vaping, risk for stroke
- Vaping-Associated Lung Injury Riskier for Older Patients
- New studies show vaping illnesses tapering off
- Vaping of marijuana on the rise among teens
- Number of youth who start vaping at 14 or before has tripled
- Vitamin E Compound Likely Culprit Behind Vaping Lung Illnesses, Study Finds
- Graphic Photos Coming to U.S. Cigarette Packs
- Do You Ask Your Patients About Vaping Now?
- Doctors Spot a New, Severe Lung Illness Tied to Vaping
- Millions Who Never Smoked Cigarettes Are Using Other Tobacco Products
- Tobacco cessation programs may up quit rates in cancer patients
- E-cig use jumps 46.2 percent among young adults in one year
- Are Hookahs Safer Than Cigarettes? Chemical Study Says No Way
- Michigan ban highlights threat of flavored e-cigarettes to young people
- Vaping Constricts Blood Vessels, Raising Heart, Lung Concerns
- E-Cig Use Triples Odds That Teens Will Smoke Pot: Study
- The E-Cigarette Debate: What Counts as Evidence?
- Juul's Mission: Convince 1 Billion Smokers to Switch Habits
- Flavored e-cigs appeal to new nicotine users, Stanford study finds
- My Life, My Quit - A Youth Tobacco and Vaping Cessation Program
- 'Natural' and 'organic' cigarettes are just like other cigarettes
- San Francisco Bans Sale of Juul and Other E-Cigarettes
- Women Under 50 Who Smoke Carry Higher Risk For Heart Attack
- Experts Want Doctors to Add Vaping to Youth Prevention Pitch
- 'Secret Shopper' Study Shows How Easily Teens Can Buy E-Cigs
- Exposure to e-Cig Liquids Linked to Cell Damage In Vitro
- Vaping May Hurt the Lining of Your Blood Vessels
- E-cigarette use, flavorings may increase heart disease risk, study finds
- Tobacco and e-cigarette promotions spark teens' use of nicotine products, study finds
- JUUL electronic cigarette products linked to cellular damage
Winter 2018 - 2019
- Higher Formaldehyde Risk in E-Cigarettes Than Previously Thought.
- E-Cigarettes Don't Help Smokers Quit, But Cash Might.
- Higher cigarette prices would save millions of people from extreme poverty and poor health.
- Tobacco products promoted on Facebook despite policies, researchers find.
- E-Cigarette Use Linked to Lower Rate of Smoking Cessation.
- FDA moves to lower nicotine levels in cigarettes to make them less addictive.