FDA Investigating 127 Reports Of Seizures, Neurological Symptoms Related To VapingThe US Food and Drug Administration has received 127 reports of seizures or other neurological symptoms possibly related to e-cigarettes, the agency announced Wednesday.
Ohio To Raise Minimum Age To Buy Tobacco Products From 18 To 21Ohio is raising the minimum age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.
Adults Who Vape Are More Likely To Quit Cigarettes, Study FindsAdult smokers who vape are more likely to quit using cigarettes, according to a study released Monday. But e-cigarettes also increase the risk of relapse in some former smokers, the researchers found.
E-Cigarette Explodes In Teen's Mouth, Shattering His JawA Nevada teenager was left with a shattered jaw and broken teeth after the vape pen he was using exploded in his face.
CVS Investing $10M To Fight Adolescent E-Cigarette UseE-cigarette use among teens is up. CVS is about to invest $10 million to try to reverse the trend.
Campus Vaping Ban Gets Initial Approval From WVU BoardWest Virginia University's Board of Governors has given initial approval to a ban on using electronic cigarettes on campus.
FDA Warns Consumers About E-Cigarette Liquids With Erectile Dysfunction DrugsConsumers, especially men, should not purchase or use two e-cigarette liquids that contain popular erectile dysfunction drugs, the Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday.
E-Cigarette Maker Pulling Products, Eliminating Social Media Accounts As Public Health Crisis Worsens For TeensMany teenagers seem to believe vaping is safe, even with more and more medical evidence saying otherwise.
Government Crackdown Prompts Major E-Cigarette Manufacturer To Suspend Sales Of Some ProductsThe country’s leading manufacturer of e-cigarettes is suspending some sales on its most popular products.
Smoking City Employees To Pay More For Health InsuranceCity of Pittsburgh employees that smoke will soon be paying more for health insurance.
FDA Seizes Thousands Of Documents From E-Cigarette Maker JuulThe US Food and Drug Administration recently conducted a surprise inspection of e-cigarette maker Juul's corporate headquarters in San Francisco, seizing thousand of documents, many of which relate to the company's sales and marketing practices.