E-Cigarettes Blog Posts

One e-cigarette with nicotine leads to adrenaline changes in nonsmokers’ hearts

ORIGINAL ARTICLE FROM ScienceDaily.com HERE A new UCLA study found that healthy nonsmokers experienced increased adrenaline levels in their heart after one electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) with nicotine but there were no increased adrenaline levels when the study subjects used an a nicotine-free or empty e-cig. The findings are published in Journal of the American Heart Association, […]

MMWR QuickStats — E-Cigarettes – 8/24/2017

In each edition of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) produces a feature called QuickStats. The purpose of QuickStats is to briefly highlight data from NCHS data collection programs in a single figure. This week, QuickStats highlights the percentage of U.S. adults who had ever used an e-cigarette […]

Secondhand Exposure to Electronic Cigarette Aerosol Among US Youths

Today’s CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) is releasing a tobacco-related article in the March 20th edition of JAMA Pediatrics entitled, “Secondhand Exposure to Electronic Cigarette Aerosol Among US Youths.” Authors analyzed data from the 2015 National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) and write that overall exposure to secondhand aerosol from e-cigarettes in an indoor […]

National and State Trends in Sales of Cigarettes and E-Cigarettes, U.S., 2011-2015

Today CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) is releasing a tobacco-related article in the March 9th edition of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine entitled, “National and State Trends in Sales of Cigarettes and E-Cigarettes, U.S., 2011-2015.” Authors examined retail scanner data from convenience and grocery stores; mass merchandisers like Walmart; drug, dollar, and club […]

Surgeon General Reports Youth and Young Adult E-Cigarette Use Poses a Public Health Threat

A new report from the U.S. Surgeon General raises public health concerns about e-cigarette use among U.S. youth and young adults.  The report comes amid alarming rates of youth and young adult use of e-cigarettes; in 2015, about 1 in 6 high school students used an e-cigarettes in the past month.  The report finds that, […]

County adds e-cigs to workplace ban

ORIGINAL ARTICLE by Sean Cameron of Kokomo Herald HERE Advocates for a smoke-free Kokomo celebrated another victory last week as the Howard County Commissioners voted to add e-cigarettes to the county government’s own smoke-free workplace ordinance. It was a move applauded by Shirley Dubois, coordinator for Howard County Tobacco-Free. “Thanks to Commissioners Tyler Moore, Brad […]

Study: New concerns raised over teen e-cigarette use

ORIGINAL ARTICLE by Karina Shedrofsky of USA Today HERE As e-cigarette use among teens rapidly increases, a national health report suggests adolescents who would not have otherwise used tobacco products are now turning to electronic smoking devices. The report, released Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics, is based on a study that found overall […]

No smoking or vaping at California beaches or parks under this bill

ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE by Patrick McGreevy with Los Angeles Times Smoking would be banned at California parks and beaches as a health and wildfire risk under legislation approved Tuesday by the state Senate. Sen. Marty Block (D-San Diego) introduced SB 1333, which would make smoking and disposing of tobacco waste an infraction subject to a […]

U.S. E-cigarette use stalls as health concerns grow: Reuters/Ipsos poll

ORIGINAL ARTICLE by Jilian Mincer of Reuters HERE Use of electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices has stalled in the United States as more Americans question their safety, according to a new online Reuters/Ipsos poll. About 10 percent of the 9,766 adults surveyed between April 19 and May 16 use the devices, the same percentage […]

Restaurants wondering what to do about e-cigarettes

ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE by Abby Armbruster from Daily Journal When a downtown Franklin restaurant owner sees a customer pull out an e-cigarette and take a puff, he keeps his eyes on the other diners around. If they don’t have an issue with it, Triple Play BBQ co-owner Ron Dwenger doesn’t, either. But if you go […]
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