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[Tennessee] VIDEO: Man seriously injured when e-cig explodes in his face

WARNING: SOME OF THESE INJURIES ARE GRAPHIC Caples is in critical condition with a shattered vertebrae. He have to have surgery to give himself a chance to walk again. He also has multiple fractures, a hole in his mouth, and a broken neck.
KPHO CBS 5 News (Phoenix, AZ)
added Nov 23, 2015 16:28

[Tennessee] Memphis native in hospital after an e-cigarette exploded

Family members say a Kangertech e-cigarette exploded. Caples neck was broken, his teeth were knocked out, and he had facial fractures and cuts. FOX13's Kristin Leigh spoke with Caples' sister, Colessia Porter, who is from Memphis. On FOX13 News at 9 and
WHBQ-TV FOX13 (Memphis, TN)
added Nov 23, 2015 00:04

[Tennessee] Editorial: Pregnant women and students who smoke targeted

The council's recommendations and the support it receives from local governments, civic organizations and businesses can go a long way toward making Knox County a healthier place to live for everyone.
Knoxville (TN) News-Sentinel
added Nov 22, 2015 23:49
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[Tennessee] VIDEO: Nationwide Proposal Could Ban Smoking On Public Housing Property

Something - Chattanooga Director of low income public housing Mike Sabin says would be tough to enforce. “We'd have to of course get specific details of the final rule that they issue, and we'd have to sit down with our staff and our residents and our b
WTVC NewsChannel 9 (Chattanooga, TN)
added Nov 14, 2015 14:58

[Tennessee] VIDEO: HUD proposes smoking ban in public housing

The rule would require more than 27,000 public homes in West Tennessee to implement smoke-free policies. "You can't stop nobody from smoking because you never know what they got going on. You never know what they issues is (sic),” Foote Homes resident C
FOX6 WBRC-TV (Birmingham, AL)
added Nov 14, 2015 14:48

[Tennessee] Nashville targets apartments in smoke-free campaign

One smoker in a multi-unit home affects the other residents, too. That's why the Metro Public Health Department launched the Breathe Easy Nashville campaign Thursday, detailing the consequences of smoking in those multi-unit homes to property managers.
The Tennessean
added Oct 31, 2015 15:03

[Tennessee] VIDEO: Metro Health Department launches smoke-free housing campaign

The Metro Health Department is launching the ‘Breathe Easy Nashville’ campaign that’s focus is to raise awareness on dangers of secondhand smoke in multi-unit housing. “Secondhand smoke is a serious health concern, especially for seniors and children li
WKRN-TV Ch. 2 (Nashville, TN)
added Oct 31, 2015 15:03

[Tennessee] Newbern adopts state policy concerning secondhand smoke

At the recent board meeting of the Newbern mayor and aldermen, a motion was approved to adopt the state of Tennessee's policy on secondhand smoking. For all those who may be out of the loop on how this policy will affect you, now is the time to get caugh
Dyersburg (TN) State Gazette
added Oct 25, 2015 09:23

Alabama vs Tennessee: cigar tradition explained

No rivalry lasts that long without a few traditions getting started along the way, and for the University of Alabama, that tradition has been cigars. If the Crimson Tide wins, they light up cigars in the locker room.
added Oct 23, 2015 07:55

[Tennessee] Cigarette tax idea sparks talk at Hamilton County Commission

Graham had multiple objections — from the proposal initially being made in a private meeting to the unfairness of taxing cigarettes but not other tobacco products, to the harm the tax would do to people and small merchants in his district and his constit
Chattanooga (TN) Times & Free Press
added Oct 15, 2015 09:13
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