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ECU researcher studies risks of lung injury from e-cigarette flavoring compound
ECU researcher studies risks of lung injury from e-cigarette flavoring compound
 
Researchers will measure air quality inside vehicles, user behavior
 
The number of North Carolina cases of severe lung injury associated with e-cigarette use or vaping continues to rise with 61 cases in people ranging in age from 13 to 72.
The number of North Carolina cases of severe lung injury associated with e-cigarette use or vaping continues to rise with 61 cases in people ranging in age from 13 to 72.
 
Remarks by President Trump in Meeting on E-Cigarettes
 
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein has launched an investigation into Juul, a fast-growing e-cigarette company, but a consumer freedom expert warns the attempted crackdown could backfire.
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein has launched an investigation into Juul, a fast-growing e-cigarette company, but a consumer freedom expert warns the attempted crackdown could backfire.
 
As North Carolina's tobacco-free schools law marks its 10th anniversary, the state has seen cigarette smoking reduce 50 percent among high schoolers since 2008
As North Carolina's tobacco-free schools law marks its 10th anniversary, the state has seen cigarette smoking reduce 50 percent among high schoolers since 2008
 
North Carolina teen tobacco use continues to climb, with youth use rising by 1.2 percent to 28.8 percent based on results of the 2017 N.C. Youth Tobacco Survey, released today by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
North Carolina teen tobacco use continues to climb, with youth use rising by 1.2 percent to 28.8 percent based on results of the 2017 N.C. Youth Tobacco Survey, released today by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
 
Penny Slade-Sawyer, Jim Martin, and Dr. Jean-Marie Maillard discuss various health issues in three separate videos.
Penny Slade-Sawyer, Jim Martin, and Dr. Jean-Marie Maillard discuss various health issues in three separate videos.
 
The 2013 N.C. Youth Tobacco Survey, released today, delivers both good and bad news to those working to prevent tobacco use among North Carolina students. Results show the lowest teen cigarette smoking rates ever recorded, along with a significant increase in teen use of certain non-cigarette...
The 2013 N.C. Youth Tobacco Survey, released today, delivers both good and bad news to those working to prevent tobacco use among North Carolina students. Results show the lowest teen cigarette smoking rates ever recorded, along with a significant increase in teen use of certain non-cigarette...
 
North Carolina lawmakers should "make history" by becoming the first legislative body to repeal a state tax targeting electronic cigarettes. John Locke Foundation researchers make that recommendation in a new Spotlight report.
North Carolina lawmakers should "make history" by becoming the first legislative body to repeal a state tax targeting electronic cigarettes. John Locke Foundation researchers make that recommendation in a new Spotlight report.
 
North Carolina lawmakers should "make history" by becoming the first legislative body to repeal a state tax targeting electronic cigarettes.
North Carolina lawmakers should "make history" by becoming the first legislative body to repeal a state tax targeting electronic cigarettes.
 
North Carolina passed a law during the 2014 legislative session taxing the liquid used in electronic cigarettes at an additional 5 cents per milliliter.
North Carolina passed a law during the 2014 legislative session taxing the liquid used in electronic cigarettes at an additional 5 cents per milliliter.
 
House Republican leaders are pretty excited about getting toll roads approved. (We thought the era of squeezing more money out of working people's pockets was over.)
House Republican leaders are pretty excited about getting toll roads approved. (We thought the era of squeezing more money out of working people's pockets was over.)
 
There was a time when the GOP was recognized as the group who would cut your taxes, shrink government, and back the bureaucracy off of your case.
There was a time when the GOP was recognized as the group who would cut your taxes, shrink government, and back the bureaucracy off of your case.
 
The price of sound tax policy is eternal vigilance, and a year after the N.C. General Assembly implemented a tax reform plan based on sound principles of taxation and economics, it is threatening to begin the process of unraveling these reforms with a new excise tax on e-cigarettes.
The price of sound tax policy is eternal vigilance, and a year after the N.C. General Assembly implemented a tax reform plan based on sound principles of taxation and economics, it is threatening to begin the process of unraveling these reforms with a new excise tax on e-cigarettes.
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined Reynolds American Inc. CEO Susan Cameron and local and state leaders in Forsyth County today at an expansion announcement by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company that will bring 200 new jobs to the region.
Governor Pat McCrory joined Reynolds American Inc. CEO Susan Cameron and local and state leaders in Forsyth County today at an expansion announcement by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company that will bring 200 new jobs to the region.
 
Officials in Beaufort County passed a new ordinance that prohibits smoking and the use of other tobacco products and e-cigarettes in County buildings, vehicles and within fifty feet of all County buildings, beginning October 1, 2013.
Officials in Beaufort County passed a new ordinance that prohibits smoking and the use of other tobacco products and e-cigarettes in County buildings, vehicles and within fifty feet of all County buildings, beginning October 1, 2013.
 
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