New E-Cigarettes Rules Ban Minor Use

After much debate over the regulation of electronic cigarettes, otherwise known as e-cigarettes, the sellers of the popular nicotine vapor devices will finally have some rules to follow. In recent years there has been growing concerns about adolescent e-cig use, due to the fact that more high schoolers use e-cigarettes than traditional forms of tobacco....
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CDC Youth Risk Behavior Survey

Most parents probably think that they have a good idea about the things their kid(s) are up to, and in many cases that may be the true. However, those whose adolescent years are behind them probably have memories of engaging in risky behavior, so it stands to reason that at times parents find themselves unaware...
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E-Cigarettes Impact Teenage Tobacco Use Rates

Marijuana has long been considered by many, right or wrongly, the “gateway drug;” the drug first used that leads to the use of other mind altering substances. While that may be true in some cases, research tells us that true gateway drugs are alcohol, followed by tobacco. Marijuana is actually comes in third when it...
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AAP Wants to Change The Legal Smoking Age

Over the summer, the state of Hawaii passed a law which changed the legal smoking age to 21. As of January 1, 2016, people in Hawaii under the age of 21 will no longer be allowed to buy tobacco products. There are many in the field of medicine that believe that 21 should be the...
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New Research Finds E-Cigarettes Less Harmful

A growing body of research has led to heated debates about e-cigarettes with regard to safety, addiction, and their appeal to minors. While there is little question that nicotine is addictive no matter how it is consumed, there are many who feel that e-cigarettes are the lesser of all evils. New research suggests that e-cigarettes...
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