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New FDA Regulations Won't Slow Down Big Tobacco , Analysts Say
Major regulations for e-cigarettes and tobacco products announced this week may not do much to slow down the largest tobacco companies, analysts tell ABC News. E-cigarettes will face new regulations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, including requirements that affect manufacturing,
FDA Issues New Regulations for E-Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products
E-cigarettes will face new regulations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, including requirements that affect manufacturing, ingredient labeling and not selling the product to those under the age of 18, the agency announced today. The FDA announced a plan to regulate e-cigarettes two years
FDA Issues New Regulations E-Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products
Agency announced new regulations to combat "wild, wild west" of e-cigarettes.
FDA Takes Aim at LGBT Tobacco Use in New Campaign
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FDA Pumps Money Into Campaign to Counter Tobacco Use in LGBT Community
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration launched a $35.7 million anti-tobacco campaign today focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ( LGBT ) young adults. The new campaign, “ This Free Life ,” includes four videos that aim to prevent and reduce smoking among LGBT 18- to 24-year-olds, who
E-Cig Use Triples in Adolescents, CDC Says
The number of middle and high school students who say they've used e-cigarettes has tripled in just one year, according to new research that underscores health experts' fears about the growing popularity of these nicotine delivery devices among adolescents. About 660,000 high school students
E-Cigarettes Have Potential to Explode Like Firecrackers
New safety alert warns that the smoking alternative may have a surprising downside.
CDC Creates 1st Anti-Smoking Ad Citing E-Cigarettes
A new anti-smoking ad released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will feature a lung-collapse survivor who cites both e-cigarettes and tobacco cigarettes -- but an advocate for e-cigarettes calls the ad "patently dishonest." The ad is part of the CDC's “Tips” campaign, which
Everything You Want to Know About Palcohol, the Powdered Alcohol Approved by Feds
A product is expected to hit shelves this summer to turn water into wine -- well, into vodka, rum and a few cocktails -- but not everyone is happy about it. Palcohol, or powdered alcohol, was approved this week by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, part of the U.S. Treasury Department.