In April the Food and Drug Administration announced plans to begin regulating E-cigarettes. The decision brought relief to some parents who felt it would make it harder for teens to get their hands on the nicotine vapor devices.
A large hole cut into the roof of a business was how police said someone managed to get inside early Monday morning to steal lottery tickets, cigarettes and money.
As the popularity of electronic cigarettes raises, a bill is now headed to the Senate floor to prohibit the sale of the trendy slim metal tubes to minors.
Smoking costs Americans about $96 billion dollars each year in medical expenses. We know what smoking and second hand smoke does to us but chances are you don’t know the dangerous effect that it can have on your pet.
These days, it seems like you can do just about anything on your mobile device: text friends, play games, even smoke a cigarette.
A federal tax loophole is enabling teenagers to switch from cigarettes to lower priced, cigarette-style cigars. Statistics reveal it’s getting the next generation hooked.
While teens smoking cigarettes continues to decline, that doesn’t necessarily mean teens have quit smoking.
Smoking cigarettes is not only bad for your health, it’s bad for your wallet. Cigarettes are expensive which has led to a growing roll-your-own industry across the state of Florida. With that growing industry, some Florida legislators want to cash in and tax shops that allow customers to roll their own cigarettes.
Fewer middle school and high school students are smoking cigarettes or using smokeless tobacco, according to 2011 Florida Youth Tobacco Survey.
A Miami Jury has found for Philip Morris USA and R.J. Reynolds in another of the thousands of lawsuits brought by Florida smokers.