Articles tagged with: vaping
FDA asks Federal Courts to Delay PMTA for 120 Days
The FDA has asked the court to allow the PMTA (Pre-Market Tobacco Application) process to be delayed for 120 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
House Democrats Introduce Bill to Ban All Flavors and Online Sales
Two Democrats in the House have introduced legislation to ban vape flavors in all products in addition to banning online sales, which would effectively kill vaping in the United States.
Trump Proposes New Federal Agency Overseeing Tobacco
President Trump's new proposed budget calls for moving tobacco regulation to a new federal agency and away from the FDA.
Journalists and Health Officials Finally Focus on Fake THC Carts Amid Crisis
A sudden epidemic of lung related illness and possible organ failure in recent weeks has elicited a wave of misinformation in the news, often failing to warn the public about the real culprit: contaminated black market THC cartridges.
Both Parties Introduce Anti-Vaping Legislation Which Could Wreck Vaping
Democrats in Congress and Republicans in Senate introduce anti-vaping legislation that could have devastating consequences for vapers everywhere.
Youth Drug Usage Survey Destroys Claim That Vaping is a Gateway Drug
How can vaping be a gateway drug if drug usage is down amid a vaping "epidemic" among the youth?
Altria Halts Sales of Flavored Vape Juice as FDA Increases Scrutiny on JUUL
The tobacco company Altria Group has decided to stop selling flavored liquids in its pod-based systems and cig-a-likes after meeting with FDA commissioner Gottlieb.
FDA Caves to Political Pressure - Announces Huge Changes to E-Cig Policy
The spectre of teenage nicotine addiction has been successfully used to change FDA policy regarding the availability e-cigarettes, particularly flavored vape juice and pod systems, to U.S. adult consumers.
Flawed Study Misleads Public About Increased Heart Attack Risk From Vaping
Stanton Glantz, P.h.D, a well known anti-vaping advocate, publishes another study that makes a person wonder if an advocate can publish fair scientific studies.
Scientists Scare Up Publicity with Prelimary DNA Study - Ends Up Admitting Lower Risk of E-Cigs
Scientists from the University of Minnesota get dozens of articles written about a preliminary study that hasn't been presented or published but admit that the risk presented from e-cigs are far different from cigs.