Headlines Tagged with Ingredients/Menthol — 3,076 headlines found
The study in the Journal Pediatrics showed a 1,500 percent increase in children under the age of six being poisoned by nicotine in e-cigarettes in the past two years. Most cases involved children who swallowed the e-juice. Julia Staley showed CBS4’s Tom
May 17, 2016 CBS4 (Denver, CO)
added May 18, 2016 18:04
New Jersey lawmakers this week stepped up their focus on further restricting tobacco use in the state, as a Senate panel advanced plans to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes and the sale of any tobacco products in pharmacies. The moves come on top of
May 17, 2016 WKXW-FM 101.5 FM (Trenton, NJ)
added May 18, 2016 16:25
E-cigarettes may one day turn out to be a useful tool to help people quit smoking. But until the FDA regulates them and more research is conducted, users won’t know for sure what they’re inhaling or how much nicotine they’re getting.
May 17, 2016 Philadelphia (PA) Tribune
added May 17, 2016 16:46
Michael Keller, the manager of S.S. Vape on York Road, said it's dangerous for customers when they don't know what's in the e-liquid they're smoking. "You can go somewhere and they can add a whole bunch of stuff to it, you don't really know the quality
May 16, 2016 WMAR ABC2 (Baltimore, MD)
added May 18, 2016 16:21
Live Science asked two tobacco experts..."There is no question that a puff on an e-cigarette is less dangerous than a puff on a conventional cigarette," said Stanton Glantz... Propylene glycol...can irritate the eyes and airways, Siegel said.
May 16, 2016 LiveScience.com (Yahoo!)
added May 17, 2016 17:01
all e-cigarette liquids it tested contained formaldehyde and 90.3 percent contained acetaldehyde, leading the Health Promotion Administration (HPA) to say it would work toward regulating e-cigarettes along with tobacco products.
May 16, 2016 Taipei Times (tw)
added May 16, 2016 17:39
Huge quantities of illegal cigarettes containing up to 500% higher levels of cancer-causing chemicals are undermining efforts to reduce smoking, councils have warned.
May 16, 2016 Press Association (uk)
added May 16, 2016 13:50
Alarmingly, they also contain up to 500 per cent more cadmium than their better-regulated, genuine counterparts. And, as if all that wasn’t enough, counterfeit cigarettes represent hazardous fire risks, since they don’t self-extinguish if they aren’t ac
May 15, 2016 The Sun (uk)
added May 16, 2016 13:51
Millions of counterfeit cigarettes containing more than 500% higher levels of cancer inducing chemicals are being introduced on to the UK black market, with local councils claiming that the illegal contraband is 'undermining' anti-smoking campaigns, a re
May 14, 2016 IBTimes (uk)
added May 16, 2016 13:49
[UK] Warning over black market cigarettes on the streets of Britain which contain 500 per cent more cancer-causing chemicals
BLACK market cigarettes containing up to 500 per cent more cancer-causing chemicals are being sold by rogue traders and some corner shops. Much of the cigarettes and tobacco on sale is counterfeit, according to research by the Local Government Associati
May 14, 2016 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added May 15, 2016 23:56