Study: E-Cigarette Poisonings Surge In Young ChildrenElectronic cigarettes have sickened rising numbers of young children, a study of U.S. poison center calls has found. Most cases involve swallowing liquid nicotine.
Study Finds Low-Nicotine Cigarettes Cut UseSmokers who switched to low-nicotine cigarettes wound up smoking less and were more likely to try to quit.
Trube Stories: Kicking The Habit - TriggersAs I continue my fight to quit smoking, I constantly encounter triggers that make me want to smoke. Identifying the triggers is one thing. Finding solutions is another.
New Research Raising Questions About E-CigarettesAccording to a recent letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers have detected high levels of formaldehyde—a known carcinogen—when the product is used at extremely high temperatures.
Congressional Report Presses For E-Cigarette Rules Concerns about electronic cigarettes, including flavors and marketing that could appeal to young people, underscore the need to regulate the fast-growing industry, according to a Congressional report released Monday.
Texas Researchers To Study Dangers/Benefits Of E-CigarettesA lot of people are asking if those trendy new e-cigarettes are safe? It’s one of the things researchers at a Texas university are trying to find out.
Denton Smoking Ordinance In EffectDenton joined the growing list of North Texas cities to ban smoking. But local businesses are allowed some breathing room to comply with the ordinance.
FDA Says Longer Use Of Nicotine Gum Is OKThe FDA says smokers who are trying to quit can safely use over-the counter nicotine gum, patches and lozenges for longer than previously recommended in a move to help millions of Americans kick the habit.
CDC: Electronic Cigarettes Gaining Awareness, Use Increased awareness and use of electronic cigarettes in the U.S. outlined in a study released Thursday highlights the need for government regulation and evaluation, the head of the CDC says.
Researchers: Vaccine May Treat Nicotine AddictionTrying to quit smoking? It's tough - studies suggest 70- to 80-percent of people who try to quit smoke within six months. That's because nicotine is so addictive. Now a research team has announced that they've successfully tested a nicotine addiction vaccine.
FDA Panel: Dissolvable Tobacco Could Reduce RisksA FDA scientific advisory panel says dissolvable tobacco products could reduce health risks compared with smoking cigarettes but also have the potential to increase the overall number of tobacco users.