Attorneys General For 29 States Petition FDA To Adopt E-Cig Marketing ... - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

Attorneys General For 29 States Petition FDA To Adopt E-Cig Marketing …Mondaq News Alerts (registration)As we have discussed in previous blog posts, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its long-awaited proposed e-cig regulations earlier this year. Last week, 29 state attorneys general submitted a letter to the FDA urging the agency to adopt …and… Read More

Lincoln Public School's E-cig Policy Clarified

E-cigs or vaporizers have never been allowed on any school grounds within the LPS district, but the policy was never specific because the devices are a recent trend. .

Lincoln Public School's E-cig Policy Clarified - 1011now

Lincoln Public School’s E-cig Policy Clarified1011nowAs the use of E-cigs, or electronic cigarettes, continue to rise among teenagers, Lincoln Public School staff are cracking down on the popular tobacco alternative. E-cigs or vaporizers have never been allowed on any school grounds within the LPS …and more .

E-Cigarette Workshop in Toronto Ahead of Board of Health's Ban Discussion

TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2014 /CNW/ – A public workshop about misconceptions and myths surrounding e-cigarettes is to be held ahead of Toronto’s E-Cig ban discussion. The event will take place at 180 Smoke’s Toronto store at 657 Yonge street, on Friday August 15th, at 7pm. “We invite all stakeholders to attend and get the facts… Read More

FDA should get tough on e-cigarettes - Boston Globe

Boston GlobeFDA should get tough on e-cigarettesBoston GlobeThe Food and Drug Administration’s weak rules on electronic cigarettes came under a new round of criticism last week when 29 state attorneys general wrote the agency to say its current proposal to regulate them “fails to address matters of particular …Planned Tupelo e-cigarette ban may be amendedJackson… Read More

E-Cigarettes Under Scrutiny for Listing as Flight Hazard - New York Times

Daily MailE-Cigarettes Under Scrutiny for Listing as Flight HazardNew York TimesThe Massachusetts fire marshal is focused on an e-cigarette as the possible cause of smoldering in a bag that had to be removed from a jet on Saturday night at Boston’s Logan International Airport. Airport officials are asking the Transportation …Should E-Cigarettes Be Banned As… Read More

Health Team Doctors still unsure of e-cigarette benefits - WRAL.com

Health Team Doctors still unsure of e-cigarette benefitsWRAL.comGoldstein said he would wait for more research on e-cigarette products’ overall benefits and their health risks, as well as FDA approval and regulations, before recommending them to his patients who want to quit smoking. The FDA has limited sales of …The nanny state may crush the e-cigarette… Read More

The nanny state may crush the e-cigarette industry -- knowingly - National Review Online (blog)

The nanny state may crush the e-cigarette industry — knowinglyNational Review Online (blog)On balance, e-cigarettes are so much safer [than traditional cigarettes] that doctors should advise smokers who are unwilling to stop using nicotine to take up “vaping,” as e-cigarette use is called. Smokers who have tried and failed to quite using … .

Metro Vapor Plus opens new storefront in Taylor as e-cig market grows

In the midst of a small but increasingly growing market, one Downriver electronic cigarette store has upgraded to a 1,560 square-foot storefront in Taylor. .

Metro Vapor Plus opens new storefront in Taylor as e-cig market grows - Southgate News Herald

Metro Vapor Plus opens new storefront in Taylor as e-cig market growsSouthgate News HeraldMetro Vapor Plus is owned by Rob and Tammy O’Guin, who are Taylor residents. The store carries personal vaporizers, electronic cigarette liquids and accessories all in a relaxed, lounge-like atmosphere, where customers can try before they buy — as … .

Ottawa Public Health wants more e-cigarette research, regulations

Ottawa health officials are pushing for electronic cigarette regulations in the province, joining their counterparts in Toronto. Dr. David McKeown, Toronto’s medical officer of health, said in a report to city staff he wants e-cigarettes banned anywhere smoking is not allowed and rules put in for their sale to minors. Ottawa Public Health said they’ve… Read More

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