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[California, North Carolina] National Reach of San Francisco Tobacco Flavorings Ban Questioned

It’s uncertain how far-reaching the ripple effect could be nationwide. However, California has a significant track record for creating new voter-driven state regulatory paths. Menthol styles, which are mint-flavored, have been controversial for decades
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Jun 10, 2018 22:47
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[California] YEE: Vaping Rising Among Teens: What San Francisco Banning Flavoring May Do

it shows that the tobacco industry, no matter how much money it spends on misleading ads, can be defeated. This vote should embolden other cities and states to act, because it demonstrates the public will not allow tobacco companies to stand in the way of
Forbes
added Jul 2, 2018 20:58
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[Korea - South] Health authorities: e-cigarettes contain more tar than ordinary cigarettes

South Korea's health authorities have found that heat-not-burn tobacco products sold in the Korean market have the same level of nicotine as conventional cigarettes but contain more tar. The electronic cigarettes have also been found to contain five "gro
Donga.com (kr)
added Jun 10, 2018 23:53
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[California] San Francisco has passed a sweeping ban that should scare the $23 billion vaping industry

But the ban could also pose a threat to the nascent but booming vape industry— currently dominated by devices like the Juul— where flavors like creme brulee and cool mint are a key part of the allure. Traditional tobacco companies are also displeased wit
Business Insider
added Jun 8, 2018 19:15
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β-carotene Supplementation and Lung Cancer Incidence in the ATBC Study: the Role of Tar and Nicotine

These findings support the conclusion that supplementation with β-carotene increases the risk of lung cancer in smokers regardless of the tar or nicotine content of cigarettes smoked. Our data suggest that all smokers should continue to avoid β-carotene
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added Jun 8, 2018 19:14
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[UK] SMOKE SCREEN Vaping ‘stronger e-cigarettes means ex-smokers inhale FEWER cancer-causing toxins’

Vapers using low nicotine e-cigarettes puff harder, for longer and more often - so inhale more cancer-causing chemicals
The Sun (uk)
added Jun 8, 2018 13:41
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Ex-smokers might be better off with high rather than low nicotine e-cigs

Vapers using low rather than high nicotine e-cigarettes may be using their devices more intensely, potentially increasing the risk of exposure to toxins in the vapour, according to new research funded by Cancer Research UK and published in Addiction toda
Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jun 8, 2018 17:11
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E-cigarettes ubiquitous at schools despite all efforts: 'You won't find a kid in Georgia who hasn't vaped before'

A new study from Georgia State University supported that theory, citing the surging sales of JUUL and calling it the most popular e-cigarette brand in the U.S. Anna Belle Wallace, one of Jennings' classmates, said she remembers the burst of flavor when
Fox News
added Jun 8, 2018 15:24
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The FDA doesn’t know if flavored vaping chemicals are safe to breathe

a more looming public health issue lies in the mystery surrounding the safety of the flavoring chemicals inside e-cigarette liquids — many of which are billed by manufacturers as safe because the FDA has approved them for ingestion. Yet no one knows for
Salon Magazine
added Jun 8, 2018 15:21
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[Colorado] He Started Vaping As A Teen And Now Says Habit Is 'Impossible To Let Go'

Julien Lavandier, a Colorado State University student, started smoking e-cigarettes as a high school sophomore. He says he's now hooked on Juul and has been unable to quit.
National Public Radio (NPR)
added Jun 8, 2018 15:08
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