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New York raised the minimum wage to buy cigarettes to 21 on Sunday, in its latest initiative to encourage healthier behavior among residents. The law, signed November 19 shortly before former mayor Michael Bloomberg finished his second term, had a
It might be your worry about weight gain, suggests a new study from Penn State University researchers. The study looked at nearly 300 frequent smokers and found that over half of them had gained weight--an average of 22 pounds--when they tried to
most importantly -- policymakers haven't fully made up their minds yet. Big businesses like Wal-Mart and UPS charge employees higher insurance premiums if they smoke, and both companies consider smoking e-cigarettes -- or "vaping" -- the same as
In 2006, the tobacco industry was mandated to provide accurate statements about the dangers of smoking, correcting years of denials. * Due to legal appeals, the tobacco industry has been successful at delaying the dissemination of corrective
The study was published online today by Nicotine and Tobacco Research , a peer-reviewed journal. E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices in which heat is applied to a liquid solution (e-liquid) filled with nicotine, flavors and other chemicals...
In its recent quarter, it reported an adjusted profit of seven cents per share...Vapor Corp. designs, markets, and distributes electronic cigarettes and accessories under various brand names that include Krave, Fifty-One, VaporX, Hookah Stix,
Possessing or using e-cigarettes on a Conejo Valley Unified School District campus may now get a student suspended or expelled depending on which substance he or she is vaping...The vote comes on the heels of an Acorn report about students vaping on
Claims that e-cigarettes offer a viable and healthy way to quit conventional cigarettes and do not pose danger to nonsmokers are false, a new research has warned. In a major scientific review of research on e-cigarettes, University of California, San
AFP In Summary Opening a window, using air freshener to mask the smell, turning on a fan to clear the air, or smoking in a different room is futile. The fact is that these measures are not enough since the chemical properties in a cigarette fall on
Video A woman smokes an E-cigarette, an electronic substitute in the form of a rod, slightly longer than a normal cigarette, in Bordeaux, southwestern France, March 25, 2008. A changeable filter contains a liquid with nicotine and propylene glycol.