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HuffPost › 6 hours ago
The state's Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Juul, the U.S. market leader in e-cigarettes, engages in practices that are endangering children's lives.
Sputnik International › 12 hours ago
Despite his strong assertions that he would ban flavored electronic cigarette products across the US due to the rise in vaping-related deaths and illnesses, US President Donald Trump has reportedly decided not to impose any vaping bans, lest he receive...
NBC News › Lifestyle › 13 hours ago
Despite a lack of movement on the federal level, states are taking action against vaping.
CBS Local › 14 hours ago
California is suing Juul, the most well-known maker of vaping products, alleging the company targeted young people and failed to warn them about the risks of using them.
CBS Local › 14 hours ago
California is suing Juul, the most well-known maker of vaping products, alleging the company targeted young people and failed to warn them about the risks of using them.
Washington Post › Politics › 17 hours ago
What geography tells us about the president's capitulation.
ABC News › Lifestyle › 20 hours ago
The White House on Monday said that President Trump might still take action on vaping despite his pullback on an announcement over concerns of fallout with 2020 voters.
Washington Examiner › 21 hours ago
President Trump backed has backed off the vaping flavor ban he promised to counter the rise in teen vaping.
Newsweek › 21 hours ago
The ban was aimed at deterring the five million teenagers who had taken up vaping.
The Independent › Politics › 1 day ago
Trump administration fearful of political backlash among votes in crucial battleground states
Metro › Technology › 1 day ago
181 apps have been removed
Mirror Online › 2 days ago
We need to demand more evidence and real facts concerning the effects of e-cigarettes on our health as news of ill health caused by vaping becomes increasingly common
BBC News › Lifestyle › 3 days ago
A month-long study on smokers suggests vaping could reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke.
Sputnik International › Technology › 3 days ago
As US federal health authorities urge people to stop vaping due to the rise in vaping-related deaths and illnesses, tech giant Apple has decided to remove all 181 vaping-related apps from its App Store.
CBS Local › Lifestyle › 3 days ago
Nationwide, there have been more than 2,000 cases and at least 40 people have died.
Newsweek › 3 days ago
"We've updated our guidelines to reflect that apps encouraging or facilitating the use of these products are not permitted. As of today, these are no longer available to download," Apple said.
USA Today › Finance › 3 days ago
Apple has officially banned vaping related apps on its platform, though existing users will still be able to access their e-cigarette related apps.
CBS Local › Lifestyle › 4 days ago
​New numbers from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal 2,172 lung ​injury cases linked to e-cigarette or vape products.​
CBS Local › Lifestyle › 4 days ago
A Maryland man with vaping-related lung diseases says vaping nearly killed him.
Breitbart › Lifestyle › 4 days ago
The number of adult smokers in the United States has hit an all-time low of 13. 7 percent in 2018, according to the CDC.
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