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    COVID-19 and Vaping

    A recently released study by Stanford University School of Medicine finds that vaping is linked to a substantial increase in COVID-19 risk among teens and young adults.  Among young people who were tested for the virus that causes COVID-19, the research found that...

    New York Bans All Flavored Vaping Products

    Effective today, May 18, all flavored vape products are illegal in the state of New York.   Retailers caught selling flavored vaping products will face a fine of up to $100 for each item they have in stock.  And effective July 1, online sales of vaping products are...

    New Vaping Dangers Discovered

    We already know vaping can damage your lungs just like cigarettes.  EVALI (e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury) has been declared an “outbreak” by the CDC. As of February 2020, 68 deaths have been confirmed and over 2,800...

    Teens Still Vaping Despite New Minimum Age Limits

    Teens are still vaping despite efforts to curb the problem with new age limits. On December 20 of 2019 the US Food and Drug Administration officially raised the minimum age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.  This includes e-cigarettes and any vaping product that...

    Spiked Vapes Sending Kids to the ER

    Have you heard of K2 or “Spice”?  It’s a man-made or synthetic cannabinoid, sometimes called synthetic marijuana, although they are not related. The chemical is sprayed on plant material and smoked, or sold in liquid form that can be vaped. Cannabinoids are naturally...

    Vaping THC On the Rise Among Teens

    Vaping THC has been linked to a deadly lung disease showing up in young users. The CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are investigating a national outbreak of e-cigarette, or vaping, product use-associated lung injury, also known as EVALI.  As of February...