Dr. Oz Checks In With Dog About How Smoking Increases His Risk Of Getting COVID-19 And Suffering Long-Term Consequences.Dr. Oz Checks In With Dog About How Smoking Increases His Risk Of Getting COVID-19 And Suffering Long-Term Consequences.
Here's How Smoking, Vaping, Drug Use Might Increase Risks From COVID-19Another group of people could be particularly vulnerable to COVID-19: people who smoke, vape or have substance use disorders.
New US Law Raises Tobacco Buying Age To 21A new law in the United States that prohibits the sale of tobacco products to anyone under the age of 21 is now in effect, according to the US Food and Drug Administration.
FDA Takes Action Against Popular Vaping BrandThe US Food and Drug Administration is going after vaping company Eonsmoke LLC with a warning letter seeking to remove roughly 100 flavored vaping products from the market, saying the company "has ignored the law by marketing dozens of unauthorized e-cigarette products," according to a statement by Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless.
New PSA Warns Parents To Avoid Youth Tackle Football By Comparing It To SmokingA young football player stares down his opponents. He hikes the ball. Then the coach passes him a cigarette, which his mother happily lights.
Study: E-Cigarettes Less Toxic To Users Than CigarettesA lot of important questions surround the safety and health effects of e-cigarettes, a relatively new technology, but a new study says e-cigarettes are less toxic than traditional ones.
Smoking Banned in Public Housing Nationwide, Effective TodaySmokers can no longer light up in or near public housing facilities in the U.S. due to a new rule that went into effect July 31.
Is Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Dangerous? Biologist Says YesAccording to a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, marijuana smoke is three times worse for the arterial walls than cigarette smoke.
Oakland County Is Urging Smokers To Kick Habit During SummerIt is common for those looking to quit smoking to fail at first, but officials want those trying to quit to know they are not alone. It can take several attempts to quit before you succeed.
Survey Shows 50 Percent Of Michiganders With HIV Smoke CigarettesStudies show that people living with HIV who smoke cigarettes are dying 12 years sooner.
Great American Smokeout: Support To Quit Smoking NowTobacco use remains the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in Michigan.
Senate Approves Higher Fines To Keep Cigarettes From MinorsMichigan lawmakers want to make it costlier for stores that sell cigarettes to minors and the minors who illegally buy them.
Wayne State University To Go Completely Smoke, Tobacco Free In AugustMake no butts about it, Wayne State University is about to have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to smoking or using other tobacco products on campus.
Dearborn Puts Brakes On Smoking Ban In Public ParksOfficials say a plan to ban lighting up in city parks is on hold -- for now.
Dearborn Expected To Ban Smoking In Public ParksThe ban would apply to all forms of smoking, including cigarettes, cigars and hookahs.