Headlines Tagged with Ingredients/Menthol — 3,573 headlines found
The head of the Volusia County Health Department said children are getting their hands on candy-flavored tobacco products and getting hooked on smoking.
Jun 4, 2012 Baynews 9 (Tampa, FL)
added Jun 5, 2012 15:01
While a study by the World Health Organization this summer stated there was no clear evidence whether e-cigarettes help people quit smoking, there are plenty of people like Donovan who swear by it. They contacted The News and also shared similar stories.
Oct 31, 2014 Truro (NS) Daily News (ca)
added Nov 2, 2014 10:20
[Massachusetts] Court Upholds $35 Million In Compensatory Damages To Smokers' Family In Wrongful Death Case Against Lorillard But Sends Much Of Case Back For Further Action
the Court found that Newport cigarettes are "defective" products. Cigarette companies have long argued that cigarettes aren't "defective" under the law because cigarettes are inherently dangerous. But this Court determined that the real question is whethe
Jun 11, 2013 PR Newswire
added Jun 11, 2013 23:36
Charlotte is a test market for a handful of products from R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, including Camel Sticks, Strips and Orbs. The testing started in 2011.
Aug 23, 2012 NBC6 WCNC-TV (Charlotte, NC)
added Aug 25, 2012 11:41
FLAVOURED TOBACCO USE AMONG CANADIAN YOUTH: EVIDENCE FROM CANADA’S 2012/2013 YOUTH SMOKING SURVEY (PDF)
Sep 10, 2014 University of Waterloo (ca)
added Sep 10, 2014 10:43
With the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act of 2009, Congress took an important step to prevent youth smoking by banning flavored cigarettes. Because tobacco manufacturers use flavors, herbs and spices to mask the harshness of tobacco and
May 15, 2013 Public Health Law Center (William Mitchell College of Law)
added May 15, 2013 17:34
The west is winning the smoking war, but in our region, the fight has just begun.
Aug 26, 2012 The Age (au)
added Aug 25, 2012 23:33
“The F.D.A.’s job is to ensure tobacco products are not marketed in a way that leads consumers to believe cigarettes with descriptors like ‘additive-free’ and ‘natural’ pose fewer health risks than other cigarettes, unless the claims have been scientific
Aug 27, 2015 New York Times
added Aug 27, 2015 21:58
James F. Pankow, a professor of Chemistry and Civil & Environmental Engineering at Portland State University (PSU), provided important analytical measurements for Bloomberg News in a recent article discussing how some tobacco products are being sold in t
Mar 6, 2013 The Oregonian blogs
added Mar 11, 2013 02:49
Dr. Barry Hummel warns filtered "cigar cigarettes" -- most of them fruit flavored -- are a rapidly increasing problem among local teenagers. In fact, he said, they are being used to introduce young people to smoking. Hummel represented the Tobacco Preve
Jan 23, 2013 Sebring (FL) News-Sun
added Jan 23, 2013 12:24