Monthly Archives: May 2018

World No Tobacco Day 2018

The World Health Organization (WHO) and their partners mark May 31 as World No Tobacco Day to highlight the health issues associated with tobacco use.  This year’s theme is “Tobacco and heart disease.”  Here in the U.S., “heart disease is … Continue reading

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April tobacco news from Trinkets and Trash

Trinkets and Trash is a surveillance project that let’s subscribers see the latest in … Continue reading

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The Vaping Debate

If you are going to compare vaping to something, compare it to not vaping at all. Continue reading

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Protect Yourself from a Stroke

May is American Stroke Month and it is the perfect time to learn about strokes and how to prevent them. Continue reading

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E-cigarette liquids look good enough to eat

The Food and Drug Administration has just released another press announcement regarding their efforts to reduce tobacco use, especially among our youth, that started in late 2017.  They are citing companies that are labeling and/or advertising their electronic cigarette liquids in … Continue reading

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