Why Did You Start Smoking Cigs In The First Place? | funded

What if I like this habit?So you like smoking?No.Hey, what’s going on.You’re probably thinking: “What’s this handsome guy doing here?”I’m going to tell you. I’m here on a mission to help people stop smoking.And what better way to do it, than to go up to them,with a camera and a microphone and ask them, why […]

CDC Survey Says Teen E-Cigarette Use Doubled

(Image source: Flickr / planetc1)BY CHRISTIAN BRYANTA new survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more young peopleare using electronic cigarettes, reporting numbers doubled between 2011 and 2012.The National Youth Tobacco Survey released by the CDC Thursday found high school studentswho reported using e-cigarettes rose from 4.7 percent in 2011 to 10 […]

FDA Says E-Cigarette Use Among Teens Has Become An Epidemic

Finally tonight some good news the FDA might finally be ready to crack down on the illegalsale of addictive nicotine products to children.The agency recently announced that the use of e-cigarette devices by children and teensin the United States has now reached epidemic proportions.This announcement came after months of work by the agency to determine […]

New FDA campaign goes after teens smokers

17. WHO SPECIFICALLY ARE YOU TARGETING?>>WE’RE TARGETING 10 MILLION OF THE 25 MILLION 12 TO 17-YEAR-OLDS WHO ARE AT RISK. THEY ARE VULNERABLE. THEY LEAD CHAOTIC AND STRESSFUL LIVES. WE HAVE MESSAGES THAT CAN CHANGE THAT. >>A LOT OF NONPROFITS HAVE LED THE CHARGE IN FIGHTING TEEN SMOKING. THEY HAD THE TRUTH CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE […]

Eight vaping companies face lawsuits from North Carolina’s AG

TO OUR TOP STORY THIS HALF HOUR, THE FOCUS ON E-CIGARETTES AN VAPING, NEXT GUEST IS SUING 8 COMPANIES SAY THEY AGGRESSIVE TARGET CHILDREN AND DO NOT ENFORCE AGE RESTRICTIONS AND NEW UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS STUDY SHOW THAT IS TEEN WHO IS ARE EXPOSED TO VAPING AND E-CIGARETTES ARE MORE LIKELY TO PURCHASE THE PRODUCT. […]

CDC: Tips From Former Smokers – Terrie: Teenager Ad

(Announcer) You can quit. For free help,visit CDC.GOV/TIPS.