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[Missouri] VIDEO: Ozarks school leaders say Juul e-cigarettes are everywhere. Experts say that's bad.

Students at MSU said Juuls are mainstays at tailgates and college parties, where the faint aroma of their flavors — like mango and fruit medley — hangs in the air. As he walked through campus on that recent Monday afternoon, 19-year-old Mark Bohlen said
Springfield (MO) News-Leader
added Nov 17, 2018 23:49

[Indiana] College receives grant to make campus tobacco-free

The Truth Initiative Campaign awarded Saint Mary’s College a grant to make campus tobacco-free. Junior Noel Keen and sophomore Addie Bobosky are the College’s student leaders to organize events to inspire a tobacco-free lifestyle.
The Observer (University of Notre Dame & St. Mary's)
added Nov 15, 2018 14:04

[Texas] Smoking still prevalent on UTEP campus

Sightings of cigarette buds and the use of tobacco products across the campus have raised an issue for the students on campus. The tobacco-free policy states the use of any tobacco products is prohibited in university buildings, grounds, sidewalks, walkw
The Prospector (University of Texas at El Paso)
added Nov 14, 2018 03:06

[Canada] University of Toronto announces plans for broad smoking ban

has announced plans to implement a broad smoking ban on its three campuses beginning next year. If approved, the new policy would apply to the smoking or holding of lit tobacco or cannabis products, and the use of e-cigarettes and other vaping devices. Th
Georgia Straight (ca)
added Nov 12, 2018 22:10

UCLA-affiliated professors nominated for EPA Scientific Advisory Board

James Enstrom, a former UCLA professor who claims he was wrongly terminated because of his controversial position on certain air pollutants, was nominated to the Science Advisory Board... the president of the Scientific Integrity Institute, which he found
Daily Bruin (UCLA)
added Nov 10, 2018 19:17

[Washington] Young people, former smokers move towards e-cigarette use

Although Brooks vapes and promotes its health benefits, he said he strongly disagrees with big companies like Juul. He said he believes in the importance of personalizing the vaping experience for each person and does not agree with the big companies’ ta
Daily Evergreen [Washington State U.]
added Nov 9, 2018 18:59

[North Carolina] E-cigarettes are not part of Duke's upcoming smoking ban

From parties to libraries to restrooms, e-cigarettes are prevalent on campus. JUULs, often compared to flash drives for their sleekness and form, are easier to conceal than cigarettes. “The use of e-cigarettes by younger, non-smoking individuals is a de
Duke University Chronicle
added Nov 6, 2018 12:35

LESKO-JELLEY: Hey, Can I Hit Your Juul?; The Truth Behind the “Cigarettes” of Gen Z

No matter how stressed, depressed, anxious you are or how much you want to be “cool,” Juuling clearly isn’t the solution. Juuls are part of a billion-dollar E-cigarette business. This company is making millions of dollars off of the insecure, underconfi
The College Voice (Connecticut College)
added Nov 6, 2018 11:06

[Ohio] Smoking Affecting Health At YSU

Emily Dawes, a sophomore history major, said the people who smoke in nonsmoking areas are selfish because secondhand smoke is detrimental to people’s health and has a negative effect on those with asthma. “If we can avoid any health risks for YSU studen
The Jambar (Youngstown (OH) State University
added Nov 1, 2018 14:33

[California] Where there’s smoke there’s students: Berkeley teens addicted to e-cigarettes

Skyrocketing e-cigarette use in teens has cities across the nation baffled. Including Berkeley. Kieran Rok, dean of students at Berkeley High School, said e-cigarettes have been wreaking havoc for a few years now. “It was unexpected,” he said, of the n
added Nov 1, 2018 14:32
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