“Many children are using e-cigarettes and getting hooked on nicotine.”
Most Missouri teenagers no longer will be able to buy electronic cigarettes after state lawmakers voted Thursday to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a bill banning their sale to anyone under 18.
Gov. Jay Nixon is eliciting support from health professionals as he tries to persuade Missouri lawmakers to sustain his veto of legislation dealing with electronic cigarettes.
America’s cardiologists are growing increasingly worried about electronic cigarettes.
After several hours of trying to coax the man down with water and e-cigarettes, police finally convinced the barefoot man to climb down out of the tree.
The St. Louis County town of Chesterfield has joined a growing list of municipalities preventing the sale of vapor nicotine products to minors.
The sheriff said he hopes offering e-cigarettes will help stop inmates from smuggling in real cigarettes.
While science is still being gathered on the potential dangers of e-cigarettes, what are smokers who want to quit supposed to do?
Opponents argue the legislation would pave the way for the nicotine products to be sold with fewer restrictions.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says e-cigarette manufacturers are targeting children through advertisements.