(NEW YORK) — Companies sell e-cigarettes as a bridge to quitting tobacco, but according to a new study, smokers who have used e-cigarettes are less likely to quit smoking or decrease their cigarette consumption. …
WASHINGTON — Beginning in June in Montgomery County, it will be against the law to smoke electronic cigarettes in the same public places where tobacco cigarettes are banned. That’s one of several new e-cigarette regulations coming into…
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County’s proposed ban on e-cigarette use in public has been given a favorable vote by the county council committee on Health and Human Services. Thursday’s discussion centered on dealing with some of…
They\’ll start treating e-cigarettes just like regular cigarettes in Arlington County public schools.
According to the research team at the Japanese Ministry of Health, e-cigarettes aren\’t as harmless as many people believe.
A proposal to ban vaping in Montgomery County is advancing and the County Council will hold a hearing in January to let the public weigh in on the restrictions on e-cigarettes.
Could liquid nicotine be a gateway drug?
HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) — The Harrisonburg City School Board is snuffing electronic cigarettes — their use and possession on school grounds. The board took the action this week, with final approval expected at a future…
It\’s hardly newsworthy these days when an institution announces
it\’s going smoke-free. But Prince George\’s Community College
introduced one of the strictest policies around Monday, banning
e-cigarettes along with all other smoke and tobacco products.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Reynolds American Inc. plans to begin national distribution of its Vuse brand electronic cigarette next week. The owner of nation’s second-biggest tobacco company said Tuesday that retail outlets in all 50…
Owners of brands geared toward children of all ages are battling to keep notable names like Thin Mint, Tootsie Roll and Cinnamon Toast Crunch off the flavored nicotine used in electronic cigarettes.
The makers of e-cigarettes claim they are a safer alternative to the real thing. But new research shows they are not danger free.
Doctors at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are worried e-cigarettes are reintroducing a smoking culture to the young.
One Maryland lawmaker wants to expand bans on smoking in bars and restaurants to electronic cigarettes, commonly referred to as \”e-cigarettes.\”
Companies want to help workers quit smoking, but are unsure about allowing e-cigarettes at work.