The FDA Orders Juul Labs To Remove Its Products From US Market – CBS Tampa

MONTGOMERY, Md. (CW44 News At 10 | CNN) — The US Food and Drug Administration you have ordered Juul labs inc. products to be removed from the US market as the agency issued marketing denial orders for its vaping devices and pods. “As a result, the company must stop selling and distributing these products. In … Read more

Canada to require a warning to be printed on every cigarette.

TORONTO — Canada is poised to become the first country in the world to require that a warning be printed on every cigarette. The move builds on Canada’s mandate to include graphic photo warnings on tobacco products’ packaging — a policy that started an international trend when it was introduced two decades ago. “We need … Read more

Increase Smoking Age By One Year Every Year Until No-One Can Buy Tobacco – Government Review

The age at which people can legally buy tobacco in England should increase by one year every year, a government-commissioned review has said. It recommended the legal age of sale should steadily rise from the current age limit of 18 and millions of pounds be invested to stop smoking. The independent review by Dr Javed … Read more

The Mystery of Why So Many Lifelong Smokers Never Get Lung Cancer May Be Solved

Smoking cigarettes is the number one risk factor for lung cancer, with tobacco products causing up to 90 percent of lung cancer deaths in the United States. Without a doubt, the safest way to protect yourself against lung cancer is to avoid smoking cigarettes, and yet, at the same time, it’s also true that not … Read more

A breakthrough in DNA sequencing hints at why most smokers don’t get lung cancer

If you’re worried about lung cancer, then smoking is incredibly dangerous. The chance of a non-smoker developing the disease is roughly one in 6,000. For someone who smokes regularly, the chances skyrocket to one in five or ten. And yet, most people who smoke won’t develop lung cancer. A team of researchers has begun to … Read more

Smoking, obesity and psychological disorders linked with faster aging

Adolescents ages 11 to 15 who were obese, smoked cigarettes daily, or had a psychological disorder, such as anxiety, depression or ADHD, biologically aged nearly three months faster every year than their peers, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics . The research used data from 910 people who were part … Read more