Tagged With Cigarettes

Banning legitimate vaping is 'absolute madness'

Here’s the real reason that Juul’s CEO is warning people against using his e-cigs

Yes, a physicist once lit his cigarette with a nuclear-bomb explosion. Here's how it worked.

Philip Morris is betting on e-cigarettes and new flavours as it feels the heat from Juul and KT&G

We just got the first clear evidence that some people are using Juul e-cigarettes to cut back on smoking

Drinking one bottle of wine a week could increase a woman's risk of cancer as much as smoking 10 cigarettes

The FDA commissioner just launched a crackdown on e-cigs like Juul as he prepares to leave office

9 things that happen to your body when you stop smoking

The world's top cigarette company thinks a future of extreme weather could be good for its tobacco

The government wants to crack down on cigarettes with menthol, a flavour that's wildly popular and may make quitting even harder

Regulators will ban menthol cigarettes and chip away at flavored e-cigs to combat teen vaping — but experts say their plans fall short

There are more cigarette butts in the world's oceans than any other type of garbage

The US sanctioned Chinese and Russian entities for helping North Korea cash in on its billion-dollar smuggling schemes

TOBACCO TASKFORCE: The Turnbull government plans to crack down on illegal cigarette sales

A chain-smoking Kim Jong Un was seen having just one cigarette break during the hourslong Korea summit -- and his wife may have had something to do with it

Scientists are beginning to learn how vaping impacts teens -- and the results are troubling

People are slamming an Indonesian zoo after footage of an Orangutan smoking a cigarette goes viral

An e-cigarette with twice the nicotine of comparable devices is taking over high schools -- and scientists are sounding the alarm

Scientists are beginning to learn how vaping impacts your health -- and the results are troubling

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff calls for regulating social media like cigarettes -- but the problem is more insidious than that