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Article Category: Nicotine

Cancer Mortality Rates Decline In The U.S. As Smoking Subsides And Treatment Improves

Nathan Yerby ❘

An American Cancer Society study has reported a decline in the rate of fatalities attributable to cancer, especially lung cancer and melanoma.

The United States And China Restrict E-Cigarette Sales

Nathan Yerby ❘

The United States will ban flavored e-cigarette sales nationwide, and China has blocked Juul from selling its products online to Chinese consumers.

Schools Take Extensive Measures To Eradicate Teen Vaping

Jena Hilliard ❘

As vaping related deaths and illnesses continue to rise, schools are cracking down on disciplinary meaures in effort to curb the number of teen users.

Governor Of New York Advises Against The Use Of Vapes

Michael Muldoon ❘

Hundreds of respiratory illness cases have occurred recently, all with the common denominator of vaping. NY governor warns citizens not to vape.

Fatal Respiratory Illnesses Possibly Linked To Vaping

Michael Muldoon ❘

A fatal lung disease sparks an investigation into the effects of vaping on the body. Researchers caution against vaping until more information is released.

Midwestern States Take Action Against Vaping

Nathan Yerby ❘

Michigan is banning the sale of flavored e-cigarettes, while the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is warning its residents to stop vaping altogether.

Doctors Claim E-Cigarettes Cause Adolescents To Become Addicted To Nicotine

Nathan Yerby ❘

The U.S. Surgeon General has declared vaping among teenagers an epidemic, and doctors fears that adolescants who vape may become addicted to nicotine.

Quitting Technology And Social Media Addictions Is Harder Than Quitting Cigarettes

Krystina Murray ❘

Technology and social media have become a staple for many, and quitting addictions to both may be harder than quitting cigarettes.

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