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U.S. Senators Want Stronger Warnings for E-Cigarettes

By Shawn Dwyer

Six Democratic senators wrote a letter to the FDA asking to require labels on all nicotine products, including e-cigs. MORE  

Loose E-Cig Laws Could Mean Fewer Restrictions Later On

By Brent McCluskey

A hodgepodge of state laws could hamper the FDA from enacting federal regulations. MORE  

WHO Calls for Stronger Electronic Cigarette Regulation

By Paul Gaita

The World Health Organization also wants a ban of indoor use of the product until conclusive proof that exhaled vapor is not harmful. MORE  

E-Cigarettes Are Not As Harmless As We've Been Told

By Victoria Kim

A number of recent studies have shown that vapor contains harmful byproducts that can cause asthma, cancer, and heart disease. MORE  

Toronto Considers Electronic Cigarette Ban

By Bryan Le

The city's Medical Officer of Health is attempting to stop e-cigarette smoking wherever cigarette use is also banned. MORE  

Scientists Urge U.N. To ‘Hold Firm’ On E-Cig Regulations

By Shawn Dwyer

A group of physicians and other doctors from 31 counties wrote a letter countering another group advocating for the U.N. to go easy on electronic cigarettes. MORE  

Youth Exposure to E-Cigarette Ads On the Rise

By Victoria Kim

There's been a drastic increase in e-cigarette ad exposure among kids, but the FDA has yet to do anything about it. MORE  

Think Smoking A Hookah Is Harmless? Think Again

By Shawn Dwyer

A new study shows that just because you think it's safe, doesn't mean it is. MORE  

Morning Roundup: April 30, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Dean McDermott talks about alcoholism, Colorado to revisit edible pot, heroin linked to Navy SEALs deaths, and Minnesota panel approves medical weed bill. MORE  

Morning Roundup: April 7, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Trick Daddy popped for drugs and guns, court reporter fired for being drunk, B.C. cops busted for hookers and blow, and New York could ban e-cig liquids. MORE  

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