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[Arizona] Valley teenager injured after e-cig explodes; faces surgery tomorrow to repair burns

MARICOPA, AZ - A Valley 17-year-old is in the hospital after being severely burned by an e-cigarette. "It was like bomb going off," said Hailey Boyce. Boyce says she was getting ready to use her E-Cigarette when it suddenly exploded. Catching her clo
KNXV-TV ABC 15 (Phoenix, AZ)
added May 23, 2016 20:55
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[Arizona] Editorial: Work of Tobacco-21 coalition has just begun

In the same week that California became the second state in the nation to raise its smoking age to 21, Cottonwood became the first city in Arizona to make the sale and use of tobacco products for people younger than 21 illegal. But for this measure to h
Camp Verde (AZ) Bugle
added May 9, 2016 23:50
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[Arizona] VIDEO: Valley man burned after batteries from e-cigarette explode

A Valley man is in the hospital with extensive burns after batteries from an e-cigarette exploded. David Garcia says he was driving down the road when two extra e-cigarette batteries he had in his pocket burst into flames. "He called screaming saying h
KNXV-TV ABC 15 (Phoenix, AZ)
added Feb 21, 2016 17:21
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[Arizona, Florida] State-Run Websites Help Smokers Kick the Habit

Smokers who attempted to kick the habit using web-based smoking cessation services were almost as successful as those who use telephone quitlines in a study comparing the two strategies in four states conducted by researchers from the Centers for Disease
MedPage Today
added Feb 9, 2016 17:45
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Arizona's Tobacco Report Card Shows Room for Improvement

gave Arizona high marks in a recent report. But in other key areas of tobacco control, such as smoking prevention, tobacco taxes and smoking cessation programs, the state has a lot of room to improve. JoAnna Strother, director of public policy for the
Public News Service (PNS)
added Feb 8, 2016 15:15
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Anti-litter groups: Cigarette butts trash Arizona freeways

The cigarettes that are detrimental to your health are also littering Arizona freeways, creating eyesores, leaching chemicals and causing a fire hazard. Cigarette butts account for more than 40 percent of the litter tossed on U.S. highways, according to
TucsonSentinel.com
added Feb 3, 2016 20:39
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Percentage of adult Arizonans who smoke dips to 15.3 percent

The Arizona Department of Health Services says the percentage of smokers as of 2014 was at an all-time low of 15.3 percent. That's down a percentage point from the rate in 2013. Tobacco prevention and cessation
Arizona Daily Sun
added Oct 27, 2015 20:07
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[California] Hookah lounge shooting suspect arrested in Arizona

A fourth suspect in a predawn shooting that killed a man at a Rolando smoking club last fall was behind bars Friday in Arizona, authorities said. Members of a U.S. Marshals Service task force arrested Neil Edward Downey, 26, in Phoenix on Thursday after
KSWB FOX 5 (San Diego, CA)
added Oct 2, 2015 21:09
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[Arizona] First tobacco-free Coconino County Fair

In previous years, Flagstaff’s Parks and Recreation department assigned a designated area in which people could smoke, but this year that area has been moved outside the fairgrounds to Navajo Ramada. “We’re trying to create a healthy, family-friendly en
Arizona Daily Sun
added Sep 5, 2015 15:37
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[Arizona] More Valley apartment complexes becoming 'smoke free'

It's a growing trend in the Valley and across the country. More and more apartment complexes are converting to smoke-free communities. Mountain Park Apartment Homes in Ahwatukee is one of them. "I don't have to worry that when I come to the pool, or go
azfamily.com (Newschannel 3)
added Aug 30, 2015 21:42
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