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One US congressman told executives that they were not "men of integrity" for selling the products.

Marlboro-maker Altria says its stake in Juul is now worth less than a third of what it paid for it.

The cases are being investigated by the body that regulates e-cigarettes in the UK.

Today's the day: An e-cigarette policy that goes into effect will result in a number of flavored vaping products being taken off the US market.

The Marlboro Man may rule the day that cigarette giant Altria decided to buy a stake in vaping company Juul. Altria has now written down $8.6 billion of its stake in Juul, as legal concerns surounding e-cigs mount.

The US Food and Drug Administration received its fourth consecutive failing grade on regulation of tobacco products in the American Lung Association's annual State of Tobacco Control report.

Unapproved goods containing the cannabis extract will be pulled, says the Food Standards Agency.

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Though more than five dozen people have died after using vape products, the CDC says that illnesses and injuries continue to decline.

The FDA is going after anything seen as marketing to minors, and plenty of cannabis products could be caught in the crossfire.

After vaping daily, high school junior Daniel Ament had to undergo an emergency double lung transplant. His doctor said his lungs were "so scarred they didn't even deflate." After his transplant, Ament created a nonprofit called Fight4Wellness to raise awaren…

Sean Gallup/Getty Images The US life expectancy rose for the first time in four years, the CDC reported Thursday. Life expectancy had been declining or stable in large part due to the opioid crisis. The news is an encouraging reflection of improvements in can…

A new lawsuit says, in 2015, Juul advertised on Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, Seventeen Magazine and College Confidential, a forum for teens to talk about college rankings and SAT scores. Juul cofounder James Monsees said selling to kids was "antithetical to …

After vaping daily, high school junior Daniel Ament had to undergo a double lung transplant. Now he's raising awareness about vaping's dangers.

Congressional investigators found that leading e-cigarette maker Juul marketed its products to high schools and Native American tribes with claims that it could help smokers. View Entire Post ›

Feature China/Barcroft Media/Getty Images A coronavirus outbreak that started in China has killed 213 people and infected nearly 9,900. Researchers at a hospital in Lanzhou just released chest X-rays of a 33-year-old coronavirus patient. The images provide ne…

Vitamin E acetate was among the agents found.

Vaping-related illnesses continue to be a big problem for the cannabis industry.

There continues to be confusion about the causes of EVALI and the dangers of using e-cigarettes and similar “vaping” technologies developed within the cannabis industry.

There continues to be confusion about the causes of EVALI and the dangers of using e-cigarettes and similar “vaping” technologies developed within the cannabis industry.

As medical researchers scramble to find the source of a fatal lung disease and officials seek to ban the sale of vape pens, our correspondent set out to separate reality from hysteria.

It’s been just under a month since the Food and Drug Administration banned companies from producing or selling flavored e-cigarettes in an effort to reduce the soaring increase in youth tobacco use, and teens have already found a loophole. The FDA policy, led…

Government officials claim the company has been targeting children.

Fourth vaping-related death reported in Michigan MLive.com Michigan health officials report fourth death from vaping-related lung injury WDIV ClickOnDetroit View Full Coverage on Google News

The fragile state of public health defenses became clear this week.

Last summer, Daniel Ament was a typical teen looking forward to his junior year at Grosse Pointe North High School near Detroit. The 16-year-old was an avid sailor and a varsity athlete who ran cross country. But, like many of his peers, he also vaped nicotin…

Brand-name companies are finding little early-stage success in the high-growth cannabis industry.

A new lawsuit is accusing Juul, Labs Inc. of targeting a young audience for its products. According to multiple outlets including NBC News and CNN, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office filed a lawsuit on Wednesday that alleges the electronic cigarette …

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The number of deaths from the Wuhan coronavirus now stands at 630, China state media reports today. China's Hubei province reports 2,447 new cases of the deadly virus, and 69 new deaths as of Thursday. Multiple news agencies are now confirming. #BREAKING Chin…

Sean Gallup/Getty Images The US life expectancy rose for the first time in four years, the CDC reported Thursday. Life expectancy had been declining or stable in large part due to the opioid crisis. The news is an encouraging reflection of improvements in can…

Though more than five dozen people have died after using vape products, the CDC says that illnesses and injuries continue to decline.

VIDEO: Episode One of “ Our Coronavirus Diary.” There is an incredible series of videos making the rounds today, and they are identified as being produced by a man in Wuhan, China, self-quarantined in his apartment with his wife--who is infected with the dead…

• Online tributes and expressions of grief for doctor who tried to sound alarm on NCoV Online in China, where Novel coronavirus 2019-nCoV has now killed at least 630 as of today, one death seems to have affected the entire country profoundly. Li Wenliang was …

The Guinness Book of Records recognizes Li Longlong of China as the person who has climbed the most consecutive stairs with his head. He's held the record since 2012, but extended it in 2015. This video is of his latest attempt was on the set of CCTV Guinness…

The vinyl record industry could be in for real trouble after a devastating fire on February 6th completely destroyed the vinyl manufacturing facility, Apollo Masters, in Banning, CA. Ben Blackwell, co-founder of Third Man Records, tells Pitchfork via email: “…

The doctor in China who our Carla wrote about earlier today has died. Li Wenliang was 34. #BREAKING Doctor who raised alarm on China virus dies of it: hospital pic.twitter.com/VV1RiLSaBz — AFP news agency (@AFP) February 6, 2020 Excerpt from the earlier Boing…

The vaping illness known as EVALI (electronic cigarette- or vaping-associated lung injury) has so far killed nearly 60 people in the United States. More than 2,600 have been hospitalized.

Fourth vaping-related death reported in Michigan MLive.com Michigan health officials report fourth death from vaping-related lung injury WDIV ClickOnDetroit View Full Coverage on Google News

As medical researchers scramble to find the source of a fatal lung disease and officials seek to ban the sale of vape pens, our correspondent set out to separate reality from hysteria.

Last summer, Daniel Ament was a typical teen looking forward to his junior year at Grosse Pointe North High School near Detroit. The 16-year-old was an avid sailor and a varsity athlete who ran cross country. But, like many of his peers, he also vaped nicotin…

A new lawsuit is accusing Juul, Labs Inc. of targeting a young audience for its products. According to multiple outlets including NBC News and CNN, the Massachusetts attorney general’s office filed a lawsuit on Wednesday that alleges the electronic cigarette …

Anti-vaping campaigners might be more effective--and trustworthy--if they didn't try so hard to be terrifying.

The billion-dollar e-cigarette startup is fighting for its life. Employees are calling out the chaos and considering jumping ship, according to internal documents and audio obtained by BuzzFeed News. View Entire Post ›

It’s all about the death rate.

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